We are thankful to all the teams (corporate and individual) who went above and beyond to raise much-needed funds to support our free services.
22 teams! 400 spectators!
Faraja’s annual White Water Rafting Challenge is an annual event organized by Faraja Cancer Support Trust in partnership with Savage Wilderness Camp.
It is a fun way to team build, network and have fun for a good cause. If you, your family or friends have gone through cancer treatment, you will recognize the importance of pulling funds together for urgent treatment.
White Water Rafting gives you, your office, church or group of friends a chance to be part of an adventure sport where you get to make a splash and make a difference in the lives of children and adults with cancer in Kenya.
Each team should consist of 5 people over the age of 13 years old
Due to the limited number of guides, we can only have up to 20 teams on each day
No experience in rafting/swimming is required, qualified raft guides are provided to each team
These are our spectating packages.
Includes the BBQ lunch and transport to & from the event
Includes transport only. Snacks will be on sale in case you want to have a family picnic.
Self drive is FREE! Snacks will be on sale in case you want to have a family picnic.
While spectating is free at Savage Wilderness camp, there are other camps nearby, that allow spectators, but may charge a fee of between Kshs 100-200.
All guests are welcome to stay in one of our cottages or camp, at an additional cost.
Please call Mercy of Savage Wilderness on 0737 835 963 to book a cottage. Camping is always more fun!
Every participant will be awarded with a medal of participation. Other trophies include: Overall Winners, Overall RunnersUp, Winner Friday Morning, Runners up Friday Morning, Winner Friday Afternoon, Runners up Friday Afternoon, Winner Saturday Morning, Runners up Saturday Morning, Winner Saturday Afternoon and Runners up Saturday Afternoon. And that’s not all, prizes are awarded to teams that fundraise over and above the registration fee.
In one way or another, we have all been affected by Cancer, be it suffering from it directly, watching a loved one dealing with or even knowing someone who has been through the ordeal.
Cancer patients are warriors who go to battle every day – strong, resilient humans facing fate with strength that comes from the will to survive. While the future may seem daunting, there is still hope and other options that can, in many cases, help patients fight against all odds and successfully beat it.