This November I will be cycling 345 km through Cambodia from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap to raise funds for Life Cycle, an organisation dedicated to ‘helping everyday people break the chains of poverty and slavery’.
So why am I doing this? There are too many reasons to share here. Lately. I have been thinking how blessed I have been all my life to have a secure childhood, education along with transport to school, 3 square meals and a lot of other luxuries. I had friends and family who were there to help me out when required. I’m hoping together we can all pitch in to help out some kids and adults in Cambodia who would benefit from some support.
I’m doing what I can by covering ALL my personal costs (including flights, insurance, accommodation, additional transport, etc) so that every dollar I help raise will get to the people who need it. I’d love it if you'd consider sharing a few dollars to help the cause. Life Cycle has selected four worthy initiatives that are transforming the lives of Cambodian people in vulnerable circumstances. Each organisation is unique and between them they educate and house children without families, work in with local communities to help educate children in rural areas (who often miss out on education), equip young adults at risk of being trafficked with high quality training in hospitality (with a very high success of job placement), and help women, who have escaped severe human rights abuses, create new futures through education, successful counselling, vocational training, and more.
My goal is to raise USD2000 towards this wonderful cause so whether it's a US$20 donation or US$30 or more, anything would be very much appreciated. 100% of donations received by Life Cycle go directly to the cause.* Please dig deep and donate, every little bit counts!
Thanks so much!