Nathaniel Crossley is a 14-year-old Albertan with a big heart and an even bigger desire to make positive changes in the world. With the help of family, friends and his community, Nathaniel raised over $9000 to bring cleaning drinking water and sanitation to three schools in Tanzania, Africa. He is now working on his first documentary called The Kilimanjaro Project for Arlene Dickinson (Dragon's Den) and started another project called "Sports4Kids". Follow Nathaniel's journey at lego4africa.ca.
I am rebooting my Documentary called "The Kilimanjaro Project" for Arlene Dickinson (the famous Dragon from CBC's The Dragon's Den). The documentary should be out late summer or early fall. I think you will really like as it highlights my journey throughout Tanzania and even includes the new project I am working.
In 2012, I started a project to build wells in Africa and my original goal was to raise $2,000 to build one well. I reached my goal, I decided to raise another $2,000 - and I kept fundraising until I raised over $9000 for clean water projects in Tanzania.
03/25/2014 02:15 EDT
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