PEDAL FOR PROGRESS
Take on the adventure of a lifetime cycling through Cambodia and raise money for Cambodian Children’s Fund
We’re always looking for new ways that our supporters can contribute to Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) work. And we think this could be the ultimate challenge for people to become actively involved in more ways than on.
CCF has teamed up with Inspired Adventures, a leading fundraising company partnering with non-profit organisations to create and manage charity challenges around the world, to come up with our own venture.
We’re asking you to get on two wheels and join us for Pedal for Progress: Cambodia 2019. A 10 days trip – six days cycling – from November 16-23, is a journey from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, exploring the beauty of Cambodia by bike, starting at the world-famous Angkor Wat temple complex.
Riders will aim to fundraise a target of $3,500 each. Every dollar raised will go towards a CCF satellite school, Sambok Chab, located in the heart of Steung Meanchey, one of the most impoverished parts of Cambodia and where CCF runs most of its programs.
A team fundraising goal of $80,000 AUD ($56,327 USD) will go towards funding the school for one year, covering everything from school uniforms to teachers and meals for students. Sambok Chab has recently become a satellite school for CCF’s Neeson Cripps Academy, our high school, for Year 7 pupils and up.
At the end of the trip, the Pedal for Progress team will be able to visit the school, meet the kids and staff, and see firsthand where the money will be spent.
Help CCF transform Cambodia’s most impoverished children into tomorrow’s leaders, in a country where your impact will make a noticeable difference.
To register or learn more about Pedal for Progress: Cambodia 2019, click here (Please note: all figures quoted are in Australian dollars).
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