Blog: Hike4Hope

Hike4Hope T-Shirts: Our Gift to You!

Our noble hikers are almost halfway through their journey, but they still need your help to reach their goal of raising funds for Global Hope Network International!

If you haven't donated yet, this is a great time to do it. As of September 1, anyone who donates at least 10 cents per mile ($219 total) will receive a free Hike4Hope T-shirt and a free pair of Knockaround sunglasses!

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Night at the Farm

"Mr. Jim lets thru-hikers sleep on his farm! He was a thru-hiker himself in the past. We spent the night and woke up to see deer grazing in the field. We also got to shower. 

We have almost finished New Jersey! 40% done. I've been sleeping without a sleeping pad for about a week, so I'm looking forward to getting a new one soon!"

— Maddie

 

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Snag Some New Shades

Trey and Maddie Cason are about to become long-term humanitarian aid workers for GHNI, but first, they're hiking the entire Appalachian Trail to raise awareness and support for GHNI. Click here to learn more and see how you can get involved!

 

If you haven't yet donated to support the Hike4Hope, now would be a great time. We're giving away a free pair of Knockaround sunglasses to everyone who donates at least $10, while supplies last!

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Train Station

Trey and Maddie Cason are about to become long-term humanitarian aid workers for GHNI, but first, they're hiking the entire Appalachian Trail to raise awareness and support for GHNI. Click here to learn more and see how you can get involved!

 

We found a train station that crosses the trail. You could take it in straight to Grand Central Station. Wishing we could stop to see our friends in Brooklyn, but we've got to hike on! Shoutout to our friends, Whitney and JR!

— Maddie

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Bugging Out

Trey and Maddie Cason are about to become long-term humanitarian aid workers for GHNI, but first, they're hiking the entire Appalachian Trail to raise awareness and support for GHNI. Click here to learn more and see how you can get involved!

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Made It to New York

Trey and Maddie Cason are about to become long-term humanitarian aid workers for GHNI, but first, they're hiking the entire Appalachian Trail to raise awareness and support for GHNI. Click here to learn more and see how you can get involved!

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Trail Angel

Trey and Maddie Cason are about to become long-term humanitarian aid workers for GHNI, but first, they're hiking the entire Appalachian Trail to raise awareness and support for GHNI. Click here to learn more and see how you can get involved!

 

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Hear the Thunder

Trey and Maddie Cason are about to become long-term humanitarian aid workers for GHNI, but first, they're hiking the entire Appalachian Trail to raise awareness and support for GHNI. Click here to learn more and see how you can get involved!

 

"We hiked through our first corn field! It was supposed to rain all day, but the storms didn't hit us until the last 30 minutes of our hike, which was a blessing.

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Family Time

Trey and Maddie Cason are about to become long-term humanitarian aid workers for GHNI, but first, they're hiking the entire Appalachian Trail to raise awareness and support for GHNI. Click here to learn more and see how you can get involved!

 


 

"Trey's mom hiked 18.4 miles with us one day! She's in the purple. We planed to do 23.5 miles today but had to stop after 14.5 because of thunderstorms. You should have seen me running through the fields to avoid the storms! 

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Sewing it up

Maddie's pack got a hole after snagging on a tree.  Her water bottle wouldn't stay in!  Maddie grabbed a sewing kit and closed it up so tomorrow, her bottle will stay put!

Trey and Maddie sure planned ahead!  This is Maddie sewing up her pack.  Sure would have been inconvenient to hike the remainder of the trail "holding" a water bottle or having to pack it away due to a hole in her water bottle pocket.

Thinking ahead, Trey and Maddie packed a small sewing kit.  Great idea!

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