Fields of Life Ambassador Ian Taylor has been a committed supporter of Fields of Life for over ten years. Never one to shy away from a challenge he has set the bar high with a target of $2,000,000 to provide clean water in East Africa. Will you support him in this venture?
“Ian Taylor is my name. I am a proud supporter and ambassador for the work of Fields of Life in East Africa. In 2008 I climbed Mt. Everest in order to raise funds to build the Mt. Everest Primary Schoo in Kitandwe, Uganda.
I am now focused on some new challenges with the aim of raising $2,000,000 to bring clean water to 300,000 people in East Africa.
I am deeply concerned about the lack of available clean water supply in East Africa, especially among vulnerable and marginalised groups, such as women and children. Many communities survive by drinking contaminated water, which often leads to diseases such as bilharzia, cholera and typhoid.
Therefore, in May 2017, I will ski 600km across the Greenland Ice cap.
In addition to this, in November and December 2017, I will set a new route in Antarctica travelling 1,300km to the South Pole
And finally in April 2019, I will ski 400km to the North Pole.
It is the goal of Fields of Life to bring safe drinking water to over one million people by 2020.
We need to make this happen!
Please donate to this lofty goal, helping us raise these much needed funds for this important and necessary work. These people desperately need your help in providing urgent life-saving clean water.
All donations will go directly to our $2,000,000 target.”