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"The King's 100 Challenge"


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Given by 56 generous donors in 3 weeks

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We're going the distance for a great cause to support youth mental health and wellbeing.

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We are very keen to support the Key to Life Charitable Trust to ensure that young people have ongoing access to support when they need it.

After completing a marathon 42km Rowing Erg last December, Jim Potts and Mark Johnston were inspired to challenge themselves again to raise money in support of mental health.

On Friday 10th May, Jim and Mark have set themselves the goal of rowing 100km each. The idea behind the challenge is to raise awareness for youth mental health issues and to raise much needed funds for the Key To Life Charitable Trust.

To assist them in achieving their daunting target of 100km, Jim and Mark have managed to persuade a crew of 15 other staff members and parents who will sit along side them and row 100 minutes each in relay.

Kris Brewin, Ged Leicester, Udi and Marcel Delport, Onasai Auvaa, Daryl Williams, Daniel Mitchell, John Payne, Matt Cowie, Yvette and Richard Hall, Jonathan Ogg, Matt Tooman, Brendan Boreham and Sarah Couillault have all committed to doing 100 minutes of rowing each.

All funds raised will go towards the "I am hope" campaign.


Latest donations

  • Major House - King's College

    Major House - King's College 6 days ago

    $200

    $200

  • King’s community

    King’s community on 12 May 2019

    $600

    $600

  • Mel Headland

    Mel Headland on 12 May 2019

    $20

    $20

  • Omar

    Omar on 11 May 2019

    $20

    Well done both, very impressive.

    $20

  • Georgia

    Georgia on 10 May 2019

    $50

    Massive effort all! In awe of your stamina

    $50

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We are very keen to support the Key to Life Charitable trust to ensure that young people have ongoing access to support when they need it.

All funds raised go to:

  • Key to Life

    The Key to Life Charitable Trust (originally created as The Nutters Club Charitable Trust in 2010 and since renamed)

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“Great work again Pottsy. I shall await completion updates as I recline with a cold beer!”
“Good luck crazy kid, hope you achieve your goal, both the 100km and the fundraising. Enjoy 😉”
“Awesome work, I love this, beat of luck for the day”
“Kia kaha koutou katoa.”
“Good work guys - There in spirit if not in body!”
“Hope it goes well !”
“row Jim row!”
“Well done Jim - I love your leadership and enthusiasm and hope that you get there but don’t die trying! Not sure I will get a tax deduction here in oz but regardless I wanted to show my support! All the best and enjoy the carb loading!!”
“Good job, Jim, Mark and support crew, great cause.”
$5,020 of $3,000 goal

Given by 56 generous donors in 3 weeks

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