Johns Fundraising Page for cycle ride from St.Tropez to Monaco
Page owner: John Stephen Roper
Part of the fundraising group: COCC St Tropez to Monaco Bike Ride - 2015

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My Goal
GBP 1,000

 

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Country: Monaco
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Charity Mission statement
Fundraising for the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, to help in the development and growth of the awareness program on water safety and the risks of drowning and to help children to swim.

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GBP 1,320.00

Average donation 44.00
Largest donation 100.00

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on Sunday, Apr 26, 2015

at 5:28 pm

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Page information:

The 4th ANNUAL St Tropez to Monaco Champagne and Oyster Cycling Club (C.O.C.C.) charity bike ride in aid of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation takes place on:
SUNDAY 26TH APRIL 2015.

Last year more than 140 members of the C.O.C.C. of Monaco took part in their annual St Tropez to Monaco charity bike ride and in excess of Euros 110,000 was donated to the charity.

These funds went to the Foundation to help in the development and growth of the awareness program on water safety and the risks of drowning and to help teach children to swim.
Several programs are now up and running and these can be seen on the Foundation’s website: http://fondationprincessecharlene.mc.
The Foundation now hopes to spread this awareness and learn to swim program in more countries.
The Foundation’s most recent initiative is the provision of portable 25 metre, 6 lane swimming pools to areas of need. The cost of each of these pools is approx. Euros 40,000.

A frightening statistic is that drowning is the 3rd leading cause of unintentional injury death worldwide. Each year there are conservatively approx. 400,000 drowning deaths worldwide – that is over 30,000 deaths a month or staggeringly 1,000 deaths every single day.

In general, children under 5 years of age have the highest drowning mortality rates worldwide and being a former Olympian and South African swimming champion this cause is very close to the Princess’s heart. Her Foundation launched last year and their programs on water safety have now kicked off in Monaco, France, South Africa and Morocco and they are just starting a program in the USA. Additionally her Foundation is partnering with her husband’s Foundation to begin an educational program on water safety.

Date: 26th April 2015

Location: St Tropez to Monaco

Funds collected are delivered to the beneficiary charity

Goodwill Messages from donors

Goodwill message from donor   Well done John fantastic achievement. Love Arthur and Mary xx
Goodwill message from donor   Good luck Dad, hope all the hard work pays off! Make sure you don't get pushed off your bike by Nick Payne ha :) all the best Jules
Goodwill message from donor   Good luck Dad, hope all the training has paid off and you don't get pushed off your bike by Nick Payne! All the best Jules Good Luck JR ! Do it for the monkeys ;) Lozzy xxx
Goodwill message from donor   Good luck john, from Carl, Paul, debs & peter, @ the gym
Goodwill message from donor   Good luck. Paul Taylor
Goodwill message from donor   Good luck JR., I know you will win it for the lads in wavertree. All the best. Tony mol
Goodwill message from donor   Training has gone well dad, good luck and keep up with the pros and don't fall behind with the rest of the pack. Josh x
Goodwill message from donor   Good luck john, from Dave,John,ken & Keith @ the gym
Goodwill message from donor   Good luck john, from Kerry,harry,jeff,Jim & barry @ the gym
Goodwill message from donor   Don't stop peddling until you run out of gas!!! love Derek and Gaye xxxx
Goodwill message from donor   Keep Peddling
Goodwill message from donor   Good luck john!

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