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We are joining the Bangers and Cash Rally for Roundabout because we support their vital work for the homeless

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  • Team members: David Woodhouse and Richard Grafton
  • Event: Bangers and Cash 2018, 21 Sep 2018 to 25 Sep 2018

Bangers and Cash Rally Teams 2018

Welcome to the Bangers and Cash Rally Team fundraising page! Please donate generously to support your favourite team and help young people at risk of homelessness in the Sheffield City Region.

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In September Dave and Richard will be setting off on the four-day journey to Monte Carlo in a 2004 MG, all to raise money and awareness for Roundabout.

Together with up to 40 other teams of adventurers we will be taking part in the rally in a car worth under £650. Artists will be creating unique designs on each car's bonnet, which will be exhibited in August 2018 before we set off on the epic journey. Starting from Sheffield, stopping at Brussels, Luxembourg, Strasbourg and various other locations on the way to the finish at Monte Carlo.

Roundabout is Sheffield's youth homeless charity. Every day, they provide shelter and support to over 150 young people in Sheffield who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Your donations will help provide a safe place for young people and help provide the support and life skills to help break the cycle of homelessness. Your support will go a long way to changing the lives of some of the most vulnerable young people in Sheffield. 

Roundabout's work is a lifeline for many and supports the young people they work with to prepare for a better future. From £5, which would buy bedding for a young person when they move into the hostel or their own flat, to £5,000, which will house a young person for a full year – it all makes a difference to some of the most vulnerable young people in Sheffield.

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