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Oliver Green

Ollie's Unicycle 200 miles Across Scotland For Syrian Children

I am unicylcing 200 coast to coast across scotland for Save the Children because im trying to raise £10,000 to help syrian children

44 %
raised of £10,000 target
by 195 supporters

Syria Crisis Appeal

After eight years of relentless violence in Syria, children continue to face unacceptable suffering as their lives are torn apart. Right now, 13.1 million people need urgent humanitarian assistance.

Charity Registration No. England and Wales (213890) Scotland (SC039570)



Hello, My name is Ollie Green. last year I took up the challenge of teaching my self to ride on one wheel and in April 2017 at the ripe old age of 30, I will cycle from coast to cost across Scotland (Mull of Galloway to Burnmouth), I will be taking detours to make my journey over 200 miles, hoping to make £50 per mile to make a total of £10,000 for Save The Children Syrian Crisis Appeal, I will do it unaided with no support vehicle or back up. carrying food, spare clothes and camping stuff with me.
As much as this is for a very serious cause, I don't think you can take anyone on a unicycle too serious, I'm hoping to make people smile along the way. I have a huge amount of training to do and allot of picking my self up after falling off,

If you want a sponsor form or a collection tin to put in your local shop, schools spots club, place of work, office ect please contact me and I will send one out. or if you can help me raise money in any other way give me a shout,
But more importantly Syrian children need YOU to sponsor me

Millions of children are deprived of the basics they need to survive, and have experienced terrible scenes of violence and death Inside Syria, where 6.6 million people are displaced, children are suffering dire conditions and live in near-constant fear. For families who flee the country in search of safety, the vast majority end up in neighbouring countries where food can be scarce, education limited, and risks to children’s wellbeing rife.
Despite the challenges, Save the Children has reached over 3.8 million people across the region including over 2.4 million children. We they are providing food, supporting hospitals, helping schools to keep running and offering specialist emotional support to children. However, with no resolution on the horizon and the situation for children deteriorating on a daily basis, the need to support Syrian families has never been higher.
Please give as much as you can from £1 up to what ever you can afford, or sponsor me for a single mile or two at £50 each

Your kind donation will make a big difference.
Thank you


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