Russell Hicks

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I'm riding in Around the Bay 2018 to help kids in need!

And it's my goal is to raise $1500 through my ride to help these kids break the cycle of disadvantage.

In Australia, 1 in 7 Children are growing up in disadvantaged homes, where even the basics in life are hard to come by.

But supporting their education is the key to breaking the cycle of disadvantage.

So I'm going to give my personal best on the bike, so these kids can achieve their personal best in life!

Please support my ride! Your donation will give children in need essentials like school books, bags, uniforms, shoes and the help they need to keep up at school.

Not only will your donation help the kids but it will give me great motivation to keep pedalling on the big day!

Thanks for your support (and wish me luck!)

Russell 

My training blog...

My Ride to Help Aussie Kids in Need

Uploaded a profile pic Shared on social media Received my first donation Logged a training ride Raised $36 to provide a book back Raised $120 to provide a reading mentor Raised $250 to provide books and support Raised $576 to sponsor a student for a year

Thank you to my Sponsors

$576

Martin Hicks

Good Luck with the mighty bike ride. I'm wishing I could be there too.

$124.80

Heather Wilson

Best of luck Russell.

$100

Donna

Good Luck Russ, what an effort! XX

$63.44

Dale Smith

Great effort for a great cause, good luck!

$63.44

Desley Hicks

Go Russ!!

$52

Handscrew

Let’s smash this thing!

$52

Lynda

Good luck Russ! Great job

$37.44

Nate Smith

You’re going to smash this Uncle Russ! ❤️

$36

Jo Rice

Great stuff Russ - all the best for a wonderfully successful ride 😁

$20.80

Anita Porter

$20.80

Jo-anna

Go Russ!!

$20.80

Lauren George

Good luck Russ! Amazing effort

$20.80

Lauren Oliver

Go Russ!!

$20

Josh Hicks

Hope you get a sore butt out of this...

$20

Tania Edwards

$20

Anonymous

$20

Tina Wood

Great cause Russ!

$20

Den & Meri

All the best Russ

$20

Georgia Cooper

$10

Lte

Well done Russ