William Brock to Climb North America’s Third Largest Peak for the Air Force Enlisted Village
Please support the climb by making a donation to the Air Force Enlisted Village…
Since my initial introduction to the Air Force Enlisted Village while stationed at Hurlburt Field, I have formed a relationship with them and have since added mountain climbing to my list of adventures. In 2011, I planned to climb Mount Rainier and decided to dedicate the climb to the widows living at the Village. A little over $700 was raised. Since then, I have returned to Rainier and climbed it again, although we had to turn back just shy of the summit due to weather conditions. My current quest is to climb North America’s third tallest peak, Pico de Orizaba in Mexico at 18,490 feet, while raising funds for the military widows living at the Air Force Enlisted Village.
Although it may be MY dream to climb high, I have always been drawn to helping others, especially if I get to do something I love in the process. Please help me to reach my goal of raising $1849 for the Air Force Enlisted Village with this climb. I plan on waving an Air Force Enlisted Village flag at the top of Pico de Orizaba and have a photo taken. I will gladly do the same for the top contributor of this fundraiser. Thank you for supporting my climb by donating to the Air Force Enlisted Village.