This month, Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib will be making a personal trip to the highest point in Africa – the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro!
He’s making the most of his climb by raising donations for Boundless Washington, an outdoor leadership development program for young people with physical and sensory disabilities in Washington State. As part of its central mission of recognizing and cultivating leadership throughout Washington state, the Association of Washington Generals is supporting the establishment of this program.
The two-year program, delivered by Outdoors For All, consists of six major expeditions each year throughout the state in which students take part in hiking, camping, skiing, and other outdoors activities. Integrated into each activity is the nationally-recognized No Barriers leadership development curriculum — so that students not only gain practical outdoor survival skills, but also invaluable life skills. Thus, the purpose of the program is twofold: to facilitate opportunities for young people with disabilities to enjoy the outdoors, and to inspire them to become leaders in their communities.
You can support the program now by donating here. 100% of your donation will go to the Boundless Washington program.