Click here to cut the crap and go straight to my Help Refugees donation page…
This summer I’ll be cycling ~1,800km from Rome to Athens because I vehemently believe that borders are really dumb.
Everyone should be able to roam the earth freely and that’s why I support the work that Help Refugees are doing to help stateless human beings get a foothold in life.
As one of the lucky, lucky people on earth who haven’t had their home village bombed to pieces, I like to do what I can to support those who aren’t so fortunate. If that involves cycling an awfully long way in 35 degree heat, then so be it.
If you think that helping refugees is a generally good idea, then I’d be super grateful if you could donate whatever you can afford.
Click this link to make that happen.
Having visited projects supported by Help Refugees all over Europe, I can reassure you that the work they do is of immense practical support to actual human beings every day. (I’ve published a lot of these stories on my blog – drop me a line if you want a direct link.)
Thank you in advance for being so generous! And stay tuned because your donation will get you free entry to a very exciting thingy that we’re planning for the start of July….
Oh now you’re interested! (Donate by card or Paypal…)
+++ There’s still time to join this year’s ride. Maybe London to Paris, or Milan to Venice? If you want to ride with yours truly, then sign up for Rome-Bari or Corfu-Athens!