The City Skyline Challenge, hosted by Outward Bound California

California, United States

Amelia Vigil

Calling all thrill seekers, brave climbers, and stunt lovers! Rappel from the 46th floor of the Hilton San Francisco Union Square to raise scholarship funds for local youth, young adults, and veterans.

On August 18th and 19th, 125 Bay Area CEOs, civic leaders, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, athletes, and everyday heroes from all walks of life rappelling from the roof of the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. Guests and rappellers will be hosted in the spectacular Cityscape Bar and Lounge on the 46th floor and a viewing party will be held at the Urban Tavern, street level in the hotel. Onlookers and an online audience of thousands will be able to join in the adventure while keeping their feet on the ground.

There is still time to sign up!  They are also looking for volunteer groups to support this amazing event.  Check out the event website for details.

Through this event, Outward Bound California will raise over $300k in scholarship funds to send youth and veterans on their life-changing leadership programs, unlocking courage, character, and leadership skills in the face of challenge.

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Published: July 24, 2017

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