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July 29, 2018: Kilimanjaro Climb for Usher Syndrome

Hear See Hope co-founder Todd McKittrick, his son, Cole, and nephew Tony, will join doctors and others committed to treating and curing Usher syndrome for a Mt. Kilimanjaro climb this summer. They hope to raise money and awareness of Usher syndrome.

“This is going to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for all of us,” Todd said. His oldest son, Conner, and youngest son, Dalton, have Usher syndrome.

There will be several opportunities to watch the team’s progress via regular video blogs and other social networking updates. The climb is being filmed for a documentary, which will be premiered at an event a few months after it is completed.

Read more about the climb and all those taking part on our Kili site.

If you’re interested in joining us on our journey or want to donate, send an email to info@hearseehope.com.