Walton-on-Thames agent, Harmes Turner Brown are supporting charity with a bike ride!
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a catastrophic effect with the cancellation of thousands of events and the loss of billions in income through fundraising events.
The Virgin Money London Marathon alone, which should have taken place this Sunday 26th April, is the world’s biggest one-day fundraising event, which raised more than £66.4 million for thousands of charities in 2019.
With many of these charities having to reduce or stop services at a time when vulnerable members of society need them most, people are being called upon to take on the 2.6 challenge. All that is needed is for participants to think of an activity based around the numbers 2.6 or 26 that suits their skills – and complete it on Sunday 26th April, when the 40th London Marathon would have taken place.
Steve and his son will be undertaking 26.2 laps of the Zwift London Classique Course (105 miles) on Sunday and will be supporting Phab Kids.
Phab enables children, young people and adults of all abilities to make more of life together – breaking down community barriers, reducing social isolation, and creating opportunities for disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy the same activities and challenges side by side.
You can show your support for Steve and his son by making a donation here: www.virginmoneygiving.com/lukeandsteve
Good luck Steve!