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KPMG Tour of New Zealand for Bikes in Schools

Closed Fundraiser page created in the Kiwi Kids category by KPMG


$12,688 of $20,000 goal
Given by 153 generous donors in 8 weeks
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Two KPMG teams riding in The Tour of New Zealand 2015, raising funds for Bikes In Schools (and a bit of glory!)

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  Nationwide School Projects Youth Child Welfare

Two KPMG teams riding in The Tour of New Zealand 2015, raising funds for Bikes In Schools (and a bit of glory!)

Check out http://www.bikeon.org.nz/bikesinschools.html to see some of the amazing stories that have inspired us to support Bikes in Schools

Our teams are:

Keep the Pedalling Motion Going (Ross Buckley, Shaun Hubbard, Alex Skinner & Charlotte Tye) & Keep Pushing for More Glory (Thomas Boeschenstein, Malcolm Bruce, Blair James, Chris Macaulay & Jonny Noakes)

KPMG's involvement (page creator)

KPMG is supporting Bikes in Schools because we think their purpose of providing every child the opportunity to ride a bike regularly at school so that we have healthier, happier and more confident kids aligns well with our purpose of Fuelling New Zealand's Prosperity* (*health, wealth and wellbeing of all New Zealanders).

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Ian Fulton
Ian Fulton on 21 Apr 2015
Fantastic effort and a great cause to support. Well done to all the riders
$30
Claire Cowles
Claire Cowles on 21 Apr 2015
$40
Mike Revell
Mike Revell on 21 Apr 2015
Great effort for a very deserving cause. Well done.
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Michael Parrott
Michael Parrott on 20 Apr 2015
Well done to all involved. Loved the commentary team.
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Kevin
Kevin on 20 Apr 2015
Good effort Ross & team
$500

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