RBF Team

RBF Station to Station Challenge

Fundraising for Railway Benefit Fund
£255
raised of £300 target
This April, as part of Railway Family Week, teams will get active and take part in a virtual steps challenge across the country - a 2,000 mile route, calling at 23 iconic stations along the way.

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Please support our team as we take on the virtual ‘Station to Station’ Challenge, in support of the Railway Benefit Fund (RBF).

From 22 April to 13 May, together with other teams from across the industry, we will work together to walk or run over 2,000 miles. We will track our activity along a virtual route in a step challenge app, which calls at key station milestones along the way.

The RBF Team is Jo Kaye, Laura Bird, Kate Price, Nica Reyes, Hen Davies-Dunn and Ryan Morgan.

Thank you for supporting team RBF to complete this challenge - Jo Kaye, CEO

The event will raise vital funds for RBF which has seen demand for its services nearly triple in the past five years. In 2023 over 500 applications were received resulting in more than 1,000 railway people receiving direct financial support and many more receiving advice and signposting.

About the campaign

This April, as part of Railway Family Week, teams will get active and take part in a virtual steps challenge across the country - a 2,000 mile route, calling at 23 iconic stations along the way.

About the charity

Funded entirely by donations, the RBF is the only charity dedicated solely to provide support to current, former and retired railway industry workers in times of need. Helping Railway Families through tough times. Registered Charity No. 206312 & Scottish Ref No SCO39550

Donation summary

Total raised
£255.00
+ £63.75 Gift Aid
Online donations
£255.00
Offline donations
£0.00

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