• One Month Ago Today!

    Jul 28, 2014
    One month ago today, 18 hikers set out on a journey to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise funds and awareness for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).
  • Day 7 - Back to Arusha

    Jul 05, 2014
    They're back and all in good health!
  • Day 6 - Summit Success

    Jul 04, 2014
    Our END Fund team has successfully summated Mt. Kilimanjaro! Check out this update from our partners at Private Expeditions. You can also still support our hikers by making a donation using the widget on the right.
  • Day 6 - Summit Success

    Jul 04, 2014
  • Day 5 - Karanga Camp to Barafu - Summit Eve

    Jul 03, 2014
    Today was another short and slow walking day - but definitely a tough one! The team hiked from Karanga Camp to Barafu Base Camp through alpine desert. They have now completed the southern circuit of Mt. Kilimanjaro and will camp with views of Mawenzi and Kibo peaks.
  • Day 4 - Barranco Camp to Karanga Camp

    Jul 02, 2014
    It’s known as the ‘breakfast’ wall by local porters and guides. The reason is quite simple. Straight after eating breakfast, the great Barranco Wall is your immediate call, just a short few steps before you attempt the fun scramble of the breach wall!
  • Day 3 - Climb High Sleep Low

    Jul 01, 2014
    Day 3, and the hikers are still doing great! We got a great update from our partners at Private Expeditions.
  • Day 2- Machame Camp to Shira Cave Camp

    Jun 30, 2014
    All 18 hikers have arrived safe and sound (and in good spirits) to Shira camp. They hiked from 9840 ft (3000 meters) up to 12,630 ft (3850 meters) over the course of six hours.
  • Day 1 - The Journey Begins

    Jun 29, 2014
    Today was an exciting day as the 18 trekkers set off on the first leg of their Kili hike. They will be hiking 6.8 miles (11km) over the course of the afternoon and will reach 9840 feet (3000 meters) by this evening.
  • Conquering Kilimanjaro to Help World’s Poor

    Jun 25, 2014
    Original Post: Khaleej Times -- Author: Kelly Clark
  • Hikers Getting Ready to Summit to See the END

    Jun 24, 2014
    As my colleagues and the other hikers get ready to head to Tanzania this week for Summit to See the END, I am struck by the personal commitment they have all made to this journey.


Trek to one of the world’s greatest peaks. Stand on the roof of Africa. Help end the suffering of millions of people with neglected diseases.


As one of the world’s great seven peaks, Mount Kilimanjaro has long been a goal for adventurers worldwide. The challenge of reaching the 19,314 ft (5,985 m) summit and the exhilaration of standing on the roof of Africa are unparalleled. 

Now, you have the opportunity to embark on this transformational adventure of a lifetime, while simultaneously helping to end the suffering of millions of people with neglected tropical diseases.



Summit to See the END
will engage dedicated visionaries, humanitarians, and business entrepreneurs to join the hike of a lifetime, while simultaneously raising awareness and funds to treat Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs). NTDs are a group of parasitic and bacterial infections that cause long-term disability and illness for over 1.5 billion of the poorest and most vulnerable people across the globe. These diseases can be treated by available, donated medicines. Funds are needed for the delivery of these medicines to people in need.

Summit to See the END is being organized by
Private Expeditions who are high altitude trekking experts.