Cape to Cape Explorer Tours is proud to announce that they have teamed up with The Hunger Project’s ‘Hike4Hunger’ initiative in October this year. Over 8 days the ‘Hike4Hunger’ project will hike the entire length (135kms) of the Cape to Cape Track, from Cape Naturaliste in the north to Cape Leeuwin in the south. Participants will not only complete the hike, but also raise a considerable amount of money to go directly towards ending world hunger.

“This hike will be the most challenging thing we have ever undertaken”, says Cape to Cape Hike4Hunger participants Melissa and Clinton OFarrell. “By supporting Hike4Hunger we feel that we will be helping to end world hunger and give those whose daily lives are regularly challenged a chance to have a life that you and I take for granted.”

The Cape to Cape Hike4Hunger runs from October 12 till October 20 and coincides with World Food Day – October 16. World Food Day is celebrated every year around the world in honor of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 1945. Events take place in over 150 countries to mark World Food Day.

The Hunger Project is a Global, non-profit, strategic organisation committed to the end of World Hunger. In Africa, South East Asia and Latin America, TPH seeks to end world hunger by empowering people to lead lives of self-reliance, meet their own basic needs and build better futures for their children.

Cape to Cape Explore Tours (CCET) are renowned as the Cape to Cape Track specialists and will guide and facilitate the smooth delivery of the Cape to Cape Hike4Hunger event. CCET aim to offer a holistic experience, that is not only highly enjoyable, but also has positive impacts on the natural environment and our community – among a long list of environmentally conscious and socially responsible practices, we actively contribute to management of the Track and sit on the committee of the ‘Friends of the Cape to Cape Track’, aim for low food miles with our catering, have a ‘buy local’ policy, choose minimal and recycled packaging, are partners with and practice the principles of the Leave No Trace foundation, and have achieved Advanced EcoAccreditation – the national benchmark for environmentally aware tourism operators.

Anyone wanting more information on the Hike4Hunger Project, or who wishes to join the Hike4Hunger project, is encouraged to contact;

Karen O’Donahoo
Mob: 0421-701339
email: karenodonahoo@hotmail.com

Deborah Protter
Mob: 0405-123642
email: deborah@thevaluespartership.com

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