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2019 Riding Team Megan & Lani

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Megan Sells

Riders will pedal over 650km in 8 days, from Sihanoukville to Siem Reap, for 1,000 poor children and their families.

Raising money for
Schools for Children of Cambodia

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After collectively living in Cambodia for 6 years we couldn't pass the opportunity to give back to the country that gave us so much.

Cambodia has a special place in our hearts and we we are thrilled to be participating in this 650km bike ride challenge. We love the people and the culture and are excited for the opportunity to make a long-lasting impact in the lives of so many.

We have both seen first hand the ongoing devastating effects of the Khmer Rouge genocide on the beautiful Cambodian people. Poverty is widespread and the majority of children and parents are struggling to survive. Many live under makeshift huts made out of scrap metal, and earn less than a few dollars a day collect rubbish for a living. 

Knowing how privileged we have been in life, and seeing first hand the positive and effective outcomes delivered by Feeding Dreams, we knew this was something we had to do.

Please SPONSOR us, every contribution large or small stretches so far in Cambodia. Help us reach our goal for a cause so close to our hearts!

Fundraising as part of a team, view team page.

Event details

Feeding Dreams Charity Bike Ride 2019

In January 2019, a dedicated team of special individuals from across the globe will meet in Cambodia to embark on the challenge and experience of a lifetime.

Together, from the southern coast of Sihanoukville, the group will cycle pushbikes overland for 8 days. They will cover over 650km's, withstanding the elements of heat & dust, pedalling all the way until they ride through the gates of our charity NGO 'Feeding Dreams Cambodia' in Siem Reap.

These inspiring individuals are taking time away from their families, from work and from their ever day lives to commit to this challenge, all for our 800 impoverished students and their families.

The riders have paid out of pocket for all travel expenses and have each been asked to fundraise a total of £3,600 GBP for Feeding Dreams Cambodia, all of which will be put towards sustaining our seven live saving programs.

Show your support by sponsoring the riders through their individual pages, no amount is too small and it is all for an incredible cause.

Event date

27-January-2019 00:00  - 
05-February-2019 00:00

Event type

Running / Walking

Event is completed



Good luck on the ride!
Donation by Sarah and Tui
on 01-02-2019
£0.00 gift aid
Big heart, beautiful girl, cycle safely and I'll see you for coffee and the story soon! Good on YOU!
Donation by Ali Donovan (Sam's mum)
on 24-01-2019
£0.00 gift aid
Cheering for you Lani!!! So excited for you - and you've already got me feeling inspired to do this in the future one day myself!!
Donation by Erin Hayes
on 22-01-2019
£0.00 gift aid
I wish I could give more to the best people for the best cause
Donation by Danielle Clark
on 19-01-2019
£12.50 gift aid
Such an amazing thing you guys are doing! Absolutely smash it!! X
Donation by Anonymous
on 15-01-2019
£0.00 gift aid
Amazing work girls! Smash it like you smashed Funky’s, Megan ;-)
Donation by Steve Rogers
on 05-01-2019
£10.00 gift aid
Good luck! :)
Donation by Matias Suopanki
on 05-01-2019
£0.00 gift aid
Two brave hearts, Megan & Lani, Godspeed!
Donation by Alain André Moreau
on 20-09-2018
£0.00 gift aid
Good Luck, Megan no dancing on tables and don't hurt your ankle.
Donation by Stephen Johnstone
on 21-08-2018
£12.50 gift aid
Good luck gals! I'm sure you'll smash it! Xxxx
Donation by Harriet Foden
on 11-08-2018
£25.00 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £675.00
Offline Donations: £0.00
Total Raised: £675.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £742.50

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