Climb for Kids!

Saskia Kramer (the Program Director for BOOST Conductive Education run by UCP North Bay) along with Michael Wong and Colorado Reed summited Mt. Everest to raise money and awareness for Cerebral Palsy!
They climbed and descended 29,029 feet in a single day in Redwood Regional Park in Oakland, CA!

Their goal is to raise $2,902.90 (the height of Mt. Everest) to support the incredible work of BOOST Conductive Education program run by United Cerebral Palsy of North Bay, who was not been able to do their annual fundraiser (90% of their annual donations) due to COVID-19.

They surpassed their goal and raised over $5000! Congratulations and thank you for this wonderful effort!

The BOOST program serves children and young adults with Cerebral Palsy (quadriplegia, hemiplegia, diplegia, ataxia, athetosis), spina bifida, paraplegia, Multiplex Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, stroke, head injuries, and other brain-based motor delays.

Learn more about this incredible organization here: