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Sunday, Oct 27, 2013 1:00 PM
Join AdventureWorks and Matthew Twenty Five to Zipline for the Homeless! Join a team, or create your own and raise money to help support the work of this great local charity, which provides education and training services to homeless men to promote self-sufficiency.
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Join Adventureworks and Matthew 25 for the first annual Ziplining for the Homeless! This event is features the thrill of ziplining through the forest along with the satisfaction of knowing the cost of your adventure goes to support the work of a great local charity, whose mission is to promote self-sufficiency among homeless men through training, education and support services. Join a team, or start your own - no matter what, it's sure to be an adventure!

When: Sunday, October 27th from 1pm - 5pm
Where: Adventureworks
1300 Narrows of the Harpeth Road
Kingston Springs, TN 37082
Cost: See event website for more information

Trip Leader: None

Difficulty: See event website for more information
Registration Deadline: See event website for more information
Group Size Limit: See event website for more information

Parking: Parking is available for free in the Adventureworks parking lot


Children Policy: See event website for more information
Dog Policy: See event website for more information
Weather Policy: See event website for more information
Cancellation Policy: See event website for more information 


Ziplining for the Homeless is an event geared towards raising money to support the work of Matthew 25, a local non-profit that aims to lift homeless men out of poverty through support services. Proceeds from the event will go towards this work, with several levels of commitment available. Prizes will be available, and t-shirts will be given out to those who raise above a certain level of money. For more information on pricing and team creation, please see this page.


Matthew 25 had its beginning in 1985 thanks to the combined efforts of Fletch Coke and Ames Davis from Christ Church Cathedral and the late Cotton Clark and Sue Spickard from First Presbyterain Church. The founders recognized the need for more structured housing for working homeless men, than the night-by-night programs that were being offered at the time. Their combined efforts resulted in the creation of a place where homeless men could work, return to a place they could temporarily call home, and there, with the help of a caring staff , they would be taught the skills they needed to live more effective lives.


Please visit the event website to register.