Anyone who knows me, will know that I am not an active person naturally. I much prefer the warmth and sedentary nature of indoors, and avoiding getting all flushed red in the face. BUT. But somethings are making an exception for.
Did you know? About 4.8 million people are victims of forced commercial sexual exploitation - almost the entire population of NZ! People who are vulnerable due to poverty and lack of opportunity. Forced into lives of slavery and exploitation, often never to return home.
This is not OK!
As part of Team Blister Sisters, I will be going (part of!) the distance to reclaim the trafficking route of 218km from Keng Tung (Myanmar) to Chiang Rai (Thailand), where millions of women and girls get trapped as victims of human trafficking.
Your donation, no matter the amount, will ultimately make a significant difference in the life of another image bearer of God.
No matter sunshine, rain or windstorms (and you know that's what's coming!!) - we will be challenging ourselves 1st-14th June, to walk, run and ride 218kms collectively, to help raise $5000 towards the cause in order to help bring freedom to those without it.
Will you join or support us to help those trapped in modern slavery and exploitation?
We're fundraising for Tearfund
Poverty Cycle 2020
Thank you to my Sponsors
David & Leigh Boyes
Melwyn Le Comte