UNDER ARMOUR EXECUTIVE CLIMBING MOUNTAINS TO BRING ATTENTION TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Under Armour Executive and Mission 14 Founder, Nick Cienski, is attempting to break a world record, all in the name of raising awareness for the growing problem of human trafficking. Cienski is currently attempting to climb the world’s 6 tallest mountains in 1 year to bring awareness to his cause. Starting with Mt. Everest and ending with Mt. Manaslu, Cienski will climb close to 70,000 vertical feet by the end of his journey. In addition to raising awareness for human trafficking, Cienski is asking donors to donate a penny per foot he climbs.
Cienski founded Mission 14, a nonprofit dedicated to help end international human trafficking, after a trip to Nicaragua where he and his wife Sandi witnessed the trafficking of children first hand. Since then, Cienski and his wife have made it their mission to help those who are stuck in human trafficking. For those who want to follow Nick Cienski’s journey, you can follow his movements and heart rate here. “Above all, Cienski wants people to educate themselves on the issue. ‘People don’t believe this happens in their community’ Cienski said.”
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