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Fionna McDermott

Berkeley Homes NEL Prague to Budapest Charity Cycle Ride page

We are cycling from Prague to Budapest for Providence Row because because we want to continue to tackle homlessness!

124 %
raised of £20,000 target
by 140 supporters
  • Team members: Chris O'Shea, Mark Tomlinson, David O'Malley, Jag Hayer, James Baird, Simon Littler, Eamon Conneely, Paul Parkhouse, Brian McBrearty, Mike Leonard, Marc Barwell, Gerard O'Shea, Richard King, Neil Palmer, Matthew Chapman.
  • Event: Prague to Budapest Charity Cycle Ride, 23 Jun 2018 to 28 Jun 2018

Providence Row

We tackle the root causes of homelessness to help people get off the streets safely

Charity Registration No. 1140192


Following on from 2017's success of our London to Paris cycle, which saw a team of 7 raise over £8000, we have decided to go bigger and better this year and take on another sporting challenge with a team of 20!

Our team, which consists of Berkeley employees and members of our Supply Chain, are cycling from Prague to Budapest in June 2018 in aid of the Berkeley Foundation and to raise money for our partner charity Providence Row

Providence Row works with more than a thousand homeless and vulnerably housed people a year in East London, offering an integrated service of crisis support, advice, recovery and learning and training programmes.  

Their aim is to ensure that people who are so often excluded from mainstream services gain the support and opportunities they need to create a safe, healthy and sustainable life away from the streets.

This trip entails cycling 360 miles over 4 countries: Czech , Austria, Slovakia and Hungary.  The first 2 days the cyclists will encounter plenty of climbs and then it will flatten out for the final 2 days of the ride. 

Providence Row is a great charity that does amazing work in the local area to help the homeless. We want to raise at least £20,000 by June next year so please help us where you can.

£25 could fund a week of breakfast and showers for a rough sleeper.

£500 could fund a whole term of their ten week employability programme Working On It. 

£1500 could give someone the opportunity to take part in a ten week trainee scheme and learn skills in gardening or catering. 

No matter the amount, we appreciate any donation you are able to make.

Wish us luck...(we'll need it!)


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