How You Can Help This Aussie Charity's Ride To Survive

To get through COVID-19

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This morning on the show, Bronte & Sam spoke to Peter Baines OAM, founder of Hands Across The Water and former NSW Police Forensic Investigator, who led the Australian and International teams following the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004.

With COVID-19 travel restrictions and border closures in place, all Hands Across the Water’s ‘Ride to Provide’ fundraiser rides across Thailand have been cancelled for 2020, possibly longer.

They've launched a 30-day virtual cycling challenge across June in a last-ditch effort to save the charity and are asking each registrant to raise $500, with the goal of alleviating $500,000 of the current fundraising deficit to help keep the charity afloat.

The virtual challenge kicks off on June 1st, 2020 and runs for 30 days till June 30th.

If you're keen to get involved, you can register at:

Missed the chat? Here's why Peter started the charity & what you can do to take part:

Amber Lowther

4 June 2020

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