Our campaign platform at mob.secondmilewater.org makes it easy to sign up and spread the word. We’re trying to bring clean water to over 1,000 families in need in Nicaragua this year, and to meet this goal we need your help. Let’s make something impossibly big happen this year – so sign up, set your campaign goal, and together let’s change the world.
This money will allow us to provide permanent access to clean, safe drinking water to these families. To help you connect and spread the word to your family, friends, and social networks, use your campaign page and check out our fundraising materials and tips after you create your campaign.
You can start or join an existing team, set your fundraising goal, choose the role you’d like to play on your ascent team (such as photographer, medic or navigator) and create your campaign to get started.
YOUR OFFICIAL COLORADO 54 KIT will come in the mail shortly after sign up.
You’ll get our 2015 CO54 t-shirt, stickers, posters and swag to help spread the word.
2. SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT YOUR CAMPAIGN, TRAIN, & PREPARE.
EACH INDIVIDUAL CLIMBER is responsible to meet their fundraising goal before Ascent Day on August 6 . Spread the word on your social networks, get together with your team and use our fundraising materials to put on a dinner, give presentations, or otherwise help ensure everyone on your team meets their goal!
ON ASCENT DAY, it’s going to simply be you and your team setting out to conquer your peak. Connect with them well before Ascent Day. Each team taking part in the ’54 is doing so independently – so do your homework to make your climb a success. Plan your route together. Ensure everyone understands their role on your team. Train together, fundraise together, and get to know each other to make sure you do everything you can to make your climb safe and successful. Your team needs you just as much as you need them to get to the top and back, so be sure you’re ready.
3.ASCENT DAY: CLIMB YOUR PEAK ON August 6, 2016
Before you strap up, gear up, and hit the trail, make sure that you’ve planned well and have at least one experienced Fourteener alumni to help safely lead your team. We’re hoping to see most (if not all) teams summit early in the morning and be safely on their way back before the afternoon rains roll in. Plan accordingly.
On Ascent Day, updates from across the state will stream in to our live feed on the co54.org site so that your family and friends can monitor your progress and view photos and videos of the event in real-time. As long as you have phone service your team communications person will also get texts letting you know what other teams have summited as well as other relevant updates.
There will also be film crews hiking with some of the teams to capture their adventure; the ’54 is going to be epic, and we can’t wait for you to be a part of it.
AT THE BASECAMP CELEBRATION, we’ll be throwing a big party to honor our climbers. We’ll be giving awards and sharing stories as well as highlighting the impact that each and every climber helped make in Nicaragua.