God’s Heart for Connecting People around the World
New Reach Foundation is a Non-Profit Organization focused on changing the world through global impact to build up impoverished local communities through relationship, structure, development, and empowerment for entrepreneurs, leaders, universities, churches, conferences and representatives.
New Reach Foundation strategically arranges companies and organizational partnerships to support startup businesses as global incubators and global accelerators. By connecting with each other, we form a global innovation network with the vision and ambition to transform multi-cultural problems into impactful solutions.
New Reach Foundation is building a secured network of networks to drive global initiatives. The New Reach Box is a toolkit which provides the structure, platform, network, and partnerships to empower local leaders to validate their ideas, driven by a lean delivery model, inducing cross community impact.
Our journey starts with the highest peaks on each of the seven continents, collectively nicknamed “The Seven Summits”. Going to all heights to initiate a movement that connects people around the world in a network of networks…for good.
Only ~150 people have completed the Seven Summits, inclusive of Mt. Kosciusko. The summits initiate a journey of collecting puzzle pieces. Climbing the Seven Summits leads to meeting people locally, connecting with others throughout travels, building relationships on the mountains and engaging in local initiatives. We aim to open up channels for high level executives and teams, to support with their skills and assets, to enable global connectivity, starting with local communities. This leads to people around the world discussing the opportunity for positive change.
New Reach Foundation uses this network to create succinct strategies to support sustained improvements in local communities.
Kilimanjaro Elevation 5,895 m (19,341 ft) Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania, Africa
Seven Summits, Highest mountains of Africa, Volcanic Seven Summits
Mount Elbrus Elevation 5,642 m (18,510 ft) Caucasus Mountains in Southern Russia
Seven Summits, Volcanic Seven Summits, Country high point
Mt Kosciuszko Elevation 2,228 m (7,310 ft) Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves, in New South Wales, Australia
Seven Summit, Country high point, Ultra
Aconcagua Elevation 6,960.8 m (22,837 ft) Andes mountain range, in the Mendoza Province, Argentina
Seven Summits, Country high point, Ultra
Denali (aka Mount McKinley) Elevation 20,310 ft (6190 m) Alaska Range in the interior of the U.S. state of Alaska
World largest vertical rise, North America highest peaks, US highest major peaks, Alaska highest major peaks, U.S. state high points
Carstensz Pyramid (aka Puncak Jaya) Elevation 4,884 m (16,024 ft) Mount Carstensz in the Sudirman Range of the western central highlands of Papua Province, Indonesia
Seven Summits, Country high point, Ultra
Vinson Massif. Elevation 4,892 m (16,050 ft) Sentinel Range of the Ellsworth Mountains near the base of the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Mount Everest Elevation 8,848 metres (29,029 ft). Earth’s highest mountain above sea level, located in the Mahalangur Himal sub-range of the Himalayas
Seven Summits, Eight-thousander, Country high point
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