Bryan Greenberg scaled Mount Kilimanjaro last week as part of his fundraising trip to Tanzania.

Greenberg was in the country supporting The Olevolos Project, which is a non-for-profit organization for orphaned and disadvantaged children in the Olevolos Village of Tanzania. Greenberg, who spent a week in the country meeting with underprivileged children served by the organization, helped to raise funds for their higher education. The Olevolos Project was started in the early 2000s as a way to create leaders in the Olevolos Village. Now, in collaboration with an elite private boarding school, it provides scholarship opportunities for dozens of children in this poverty-stricken region of Africa to receive the knowledge they need to succeed in a future career.

While helping to raise awareness in Tanzania, Greenberg also took the opportunity to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in the world, standing at a whopping 5,895 meters above sea level. Greenberg was joined by a group of friends and guides as he slowly made his way to the peak. At the top, Greenberg took a moment to soak in the moment by jumping in the air above the clouds.

Hi I’m high. ⬆️☁️ Attitude over altitude. #Kilimanjaro #liveyouradventure

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Greenberg next will star alongside his finacee, Jamie Chung, in It’s Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong. The film is an indie romance about a Chinese-American girl (Chung) who visits Hong Kong for the first time on a business trip who then meets and falls for American expatriate Josh (Greenberg). The film is due out later this year.

Check here, for flight and hotel information for Tanzania. Click here for more information on and donating to The Olevolos Project.