Climb for Captives

We do what we love, to undo what we hate.

Over the past 10 years, our team has raised over $1 million to holistically combat human trafficking. Our founder Jeremy Vallerand now leads a radically successful non-profit with headquarters in Seattle and Washington, D.C. called Rescue: Freedom International. Getting involved with RFI will bless your life and set people free from modern day slavery.

Impact

“It’s not often you find a way to combine your thirst for adventure, climbing mountains, photographing alpen-light, fellowship with brothers, and making a real impact in thousands of peoples’ lives. Climb for Captives has been all of this and more.” ~ Paul

C4C climber holds a photo on the summit of Rainier. These were the girls in India who were actively praying for us as we climbed for them in 2013. He had met them in India that year, so the climb was particularly personal for him. Sound bites from the girls are often played over our walkie talkies from our base camp crew while we are on the mountain. It. Is. Intense.

C4C climber holds a photo on the summit of Rainier. These were the girls in India who were actively praying for us as we climbed for them in 2013. He had met them in India that year, so the climb was particularly personal for him. Sound bites from the girls are often played over our walkie talkies from our base camp crew while we are on the mountain. It. Is. Intense.

10 year anniversary climb where we passed $1million in funds raised. Paul prefers shorts.

10 year anniversary climb where we passed $1million in funds raised. Paul prefers shorts.

 

THANKS

Along with hundreds of individual donors, these companies help make Climb for Captives a reality.

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