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Cycling the route of Typhoon Haiyan for All Hands Volunteers because cardboard houses are for playing in, not living in

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All Hands Volunteers

We support our dedicated volunteers to help victims of natural disasters.

Charity Registration No. 1139938

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Welcome to our Just Giving page. Rise Up Ride on is a an important part of All Hands, Project Leyte 1.1 million campaign that will result in the construction of nine new permanent homes for victims of Typhoon. On Monday 10th of November 2014 , a team from All Hands Volunteers will commence a grueling 300km cycle ride following the path of Haiyan, from Guiuan in Eastern Samar to Ormoc in Western Leyte. The ride will take place in the height of typhoon season passing through towns along the path of destruction.

For more information on the ride please see our website http://riseuprideon.com/  or Facebook page 
https://www.facebook.com/RiseUpRideOn

For the personal Just Giving pages of our riders please follow these links:

Emily Vance: https://www.justgiving.com/Emily-Vance-Cycle/

Ryan Cuevas: https://www.justgiving.com/RyanRideOn/

Ash Power: https://www.justgiving.com/Ash-Power/

Kerry Unwin: https://www.justgiving.com/Kerry-Unwin/

David Boden: https://www.justgiving.com/David-Boden1/

Sinéad Nicholson:  https://www.justgiving.com/SineadNicholson/

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#RiseUpRideOn #AllHandsVolunteers #TindogTacloban #BangonLeyte #BangonSamar

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  • All Hands Volunteers with the family, from Barangay 83-C, moving into their new permanent core house
  • A small part of "Tent City" where 31,000 people still live in unsanitary, unsafe conditions +4

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