Help us to buy a sailboat to spread the word of stopping the violence against women & children around the world as no-one should live in fear
I am raising money for something like never before.
My partner and I, wanting to buy a sailboat to sail and bike around the world with a white flag ribbon in support of stopping the violence against women and children.
This has been a long goal for us with a sad true story behind it.
Everyday throughout the first 15 years of my life I been the victim of domestic violence which has left me with scars and broken bones on my body and I fought it everyday just to stay alive and strong, and for 10 years since the age of 17, I was fighting Chondrosarcoma Bone Cancer which put me through 5 operations here in NZ and in Japan and I am still suffering from it as it has limited my life plans and goals.
My 35 year old partner is very passion for life and is very kind and caring, however she has been the victim of domestic violence in her past relationship that has left her with scars and broken bones on her body which forced her to escape her country and take refuge.
With your help we can make changes in the world and together we can make the world a safer place to live.
One third of women and children in the world are the victims of violence crimes and it must stop and govt. ain't doing enough about it specially in Middle East and...
With your help and generous donations we can spread the word of love, kindness and caring to the world.
Every dollar counts for our journey, please donate and make this happen. Thank you.
Any extra money we raise during this around the world trip will be donated to women refuge NZ and the cancer society NZ.
The photo is me when I was getting my sailing license and training.
I am pleased to announce that KATHMANDU NZ is sponsoring us with 60% shopping discount on equipment that we need to make this journey.
Money will be spend on purchasing a sailboat for our journey around the world in support of stopping the violence against women and children and with your help we can do it.
Any surplus will be donated to women refuge NZ and cancer society NZ.