We are thrilled that in March 2014 Steph Jeavons is embarking upon a solo overland Motorcycle journey around the world and raising money for Rally4Life. Click photo for more info. TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN JOIN US ON THIS EXCITING TRIP, CLICK THE BANNER
Visit new restaurant JB's Taste of Adventure in the Towne Centre Mall, Bernard Avenue, downtown Kelowna and find great food and a new central location meeting place for all things Rally4Life!! Jackie working to help the Samburu in Northern Kenya,click here to donate to our safe water projects. Providing safe water is the single most effective way of iradicating poverty. Nesesiai, Samburu, site of Rally4Life's latest well project, bringing safe water to 1035 people in this remote region. For more information and to donate, click here. Installing safe stoves in Guatemala will save many children from deadly bronchial infections and severe burns. It was fun too! Adventure Advocate, Canadian cross country mountain biker, Evan Guthrie loves to ride and to help others. Check out all our advocates here. Well known advocates give their time and efforts to help us spread a message of hope

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Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to relieve poverty through the provision of safe water, sanitation, education, sustenance, and shelter to families in need around the world.

*100% of all public donations will go directly to fund project costs.*

Rally4Life is  a Registered Canadian Charity, created from the founders’ vision to combine the desire to participate in adventurous life-changing activities with bringing meaning to those exploits by giving back to those in need. Rally4Life now has many Adventure Advocates carrying the torch (see Supporters).  We focus on working with project partners that we personally know and trust, such as FeViva below. See more projects listed on our Donate page.

 


 

 

 

 

 

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    $95,064
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    4,753
    People Impacted
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From The Blog

Unique opportunity in Africa in 2014

April 19th, 2014 by Mark

For the first time, we have decided to take people to Africa with us to actually work on a remote village project. Spaces are very limited and already filling up so don’t. Planned for October just two weeks before Mark and his teams 650km run through Northern Kenya, we want to introduce you to the [...]

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