Bid to get your company logo atop Kilimanjaro and support Autism

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After successfully raising over R600 000, last year, Autism Western Cape are on another interesting awareness and fund-raising campaign. This time instead of being locked up in a make shift jail cell for over 74 days. This year Gerhard Pieterse plans to climb Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain peak in Africa.

You have an opportunity for your company or brand to be part of this initiative by participating in an online auction for a one-of-a-kind flag with your company branding to be placed atop Kilimanjaro. What would that be worth to you?

Put your Company/Brand on Top of Kilimanjaro! **Support Autism** 1 Winner!

“Putting AUTISM on TOP – Kilimanjaro” is our mission to put Autism on the margin-top of every South African’s priority list, due to the global epidemic in diagnosis. The project will be lead by Sean Wisedale, who has to date successfully climbed Kilimanjaro 8 times.

Follow the planning, progress, training, preparation and exciting news with constant updates, including blog posts, photos, videos and Twitter updates from Gerhard Pieterse (aka Jail4Bail). Be a part of the journey by following us online as we update live, all the way up to Uhuru peak.

Show your Support by Winning this 1-of-a-Kind Flag (with YOUR company logo on) that will accompany the Autism crew up to Uhuru Peak, The Highest Point in Africa!!

Imagine Silicon Cape, or any one of the companies that support Silicon Cape‘s flag flying on top of Kilimanjaro.

Bidding to get your Flag flown on top of Africa’s highest peak ends on 6 November 2009 at 15:00 GMT+2 For more information visit the MyTrade Online Auction here.

In the words of Duncan McLeod from the clan McLeod, “There can be only one.” (flag)

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