Project Futures’ Local Cycle Challenge takes place in November 2011 and offers a three day or six day cycling expedition from Sydney to Canberra, where they will meet key individuals of Parliament, anti-trafficking organisations and celebrities.
All funds raised by this cycle challenge will contribute to the ‘Survivor Advocacy’ project, a partnership between Project Futures and The Salvation Army’s anti-trafficking unit. The aim of this project is to give a voice to and empower (trafficking) survivors to speak out and have the confidence to participate in the battle of putting an end to trafficking epidemic worldwide. Participants will receive formal training and practical support to deliver community education, peer mentoring and policy recommendations to improve community and government responses in answering to the needs of the brave survivors.
Cyclists can choose to take part in the three-day cycle from Sydney to Ulladulla or the full six-day cycle from Sydney to Canberra.
The registration fee for the three day ride is $250 while the six day ride is $300 and participants have a minimum fundraising challenge of $2,500 each.
You can register online, to ensure that you are correctly booked in, please follow these steps.
1. Log onto the Raw Travel website at www.rawtravel.com.
2. Click on “Challenges”
3. On the left hand side choose “PROJECT FUTURES 2011 Australian Cycle Challenge”
4. Click on “Make a Booking”
5. Fill out the online form and submit
Registrations close and fees due: 15th August 2011.
For more information visit www.projectfutures.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org