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July 31-August 5, 2021  |  Mt. Elbert, CO



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Hope Climb is a special annual event held by Impact India 360 for outdoor enthusiasts who undertake a physically challenging climb or hike in order to lift others out of poverty.

With each step uphill, our team is symbolically pulling others up too – especially those trapped in severe poverty in the lowest castes of India.

As we ascend Mt. Elbert – the highest peak in of the Colorado Rockies – we'll be meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the most vulnerable in India.

Imagine: favorite summer memory meets a worthy mission in the name of Jesus!



Why are we doing this?

Because we’re passionate about making a difference in this world by supporting the life-changing work of Impact India 360.

Impact India 360 is doing good in Dowalaiswaram, India – in the name of Jesus – by educating vulnerable children, housing and loving orphans and abandoned elders, giving medical care to the poorest in the community, planting churches that bring Jesus to many, training missionaries and giving sewing skills to at-risk women, investing in community development, and more!



Join the team! Our Hope Climb team is open to new participants – all ages and all walks of life are welcome. If you love the outdoors, being physically active, and making a life-altering impact on others, this adventure is for you!

Our first annual Hope Climb is July 31-Aug 5, 2021 at Mt. Elbert in Colorado. Although it is not an especially difficult hike, it has breathtaking vistas and a staggering summit of  14,440 feet. Our team will have a well-rounded outdoor experience, including mountain backpacking and camping guided by Ascend Outdoor Adventures.

Each individual participant is asked to set a fundraising goal of $5000 to raise over several months – teams of two can partner to hit a $7500 goal.

Create and share your personalized fundraising page here, tap friends to support your adventure-with-a-purpose, and spread the word about Impact India 360!

Email john.short@impactindia360.org with questions.