JAR of Hope is sending a team of courageous men to climb MT. EVEREST. Yes, Jim and a small group of men will be traveling to Nepal to climb their way to the base camp of Mt. Everest. 17,598 feet into the sky the team will be climbing to raise awareness and funds to find a cure.
JAR of Hope will be filming a documentary about this historic journey. First, bringing a film crew to Katmandu to record how children with Duchenne live there. How poor the conditions may be. What the children might be lacking. JAR of Hope is hoping to bring resources to Katmandu to help these families but we need your help to do this.