Nick Simon

Charity

Christian Aid
Poverty is an outrage against humanity. It robs people of dignity, freedom and hope, of power over their own lives. Christian Aid has a vision - an end to poverty - and we believe that vision can become a reality.


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Nick's CtCT Challenge

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Nick Simon

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I cycled 8,000 miles independently from Cairo in Egypt to Cape Town in South Africa in 2016. The CtCT Challenge continues during June - Oct 2017 with me cycling 2,000 miles from Cork in Ireland to Camden Town in London and climbing the five peaks.

Christian Aid works to reduce extreme poverty and social injustice and supports people of all faiths and none. Any money you give will be used to support Christian Aid’s partners in Africa. If you can donate £1 or more that would be fantastic. £3 could help buy a mosquito net in Africa and save a young life. £5 could give two farmers drought-resistant seeds and a future. Around £30 could transform the life of someone like Amarech who I met in Arba Minch, southern Ethiopia and has been able to set up a small business making and selling injera. Injera looks like a large spongy pancake and is a staple food in Ethiopia.

Please click for Gift Aid when you go through the donation process if you are a UK taxpayer. This will generate an extra 25% for Christian Aid.

Thank you so much for your support.

Do take a look at my blog at www.nicksimon.org and if you are already there do join me on facebook: www.facebook.com/nicksimon29 or twitter: www.twitter.com/nicksimon29  

Nick

Recent donors

23.07.17 Retiring collection from morning service on Sunday 25th June

22.07.17 Best of luck with the rest of your challenge. From a Ballycastle friend.

22.07.17 Congratulations Nick. Well done. Best wishes John and Chris Fellows

20.07.17 Hi Nick. Hope Glasgow is good to you. Annabelle

19.07.17 Have a wonderful trip Nick for a great cause. Sounds like it has already started well!

18.07.17 Inspired by your travels, Nick. We met at the Campbeltown Backpackers.

16.07.17 Great to meet you Nick. Safe journeys and every blessing for your future ventures.

15.07.17 from Berkeley and Claire White at the Castle Hostel, Ballycastle

15.07.17

12.07.17 All the best, Nick, as you sail to Scotland. Good to meet you at Cork Airport in June.

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10.07.17 Another donation. Thank you so much from Nick

10.07.17 From the congregation of Fitzroy Presbyterian Church in Belfast (yesterday). Thank you so much from Nick

10.07.17 Great to meet you in Belfast today, Nick. Keep safe and take care.

09.07.17 Best Wishes

08.07.17 Another donation. Thanks so much from Nick

08.07.17 Good luck on your travels Nick! Great to host you in Belfast. Josh and Belfast City Backpacker Crew.

04.07.17 Nick, this donation is on behalf of our mother, Mary Scott, who passed away on 27th June 2017. Your name and fundraising details were given to us by Ken Lindsay. Best wishes John and Ruth Scott

04.07.17 Donations from a talk at Killarney Methodist Church on 27th June. Thank you so much from Nick

01.07.17 This is to help kickstart the Irish and UK leg of the journey with all our love and best wishes. Good luck! Jeremy and Anne Marie

28.06.17 Hope that you had a successful climb of Carrauntoohil and made it back to Killarney in time. Nice to have met you.

28.06.17 Hi Nick All the very best for your UK Tour. "May the Wind be behind you" as the Irish say! Love Sally and Jasper

25.06.17 Delighted to meet you this morning at the Cathedral as you set off from Cork with your daughter. Very best of luck to you!

25.06.17 To Emma, don't fall in love with any other dogs in the way. Sniffs and licks, Jake

£27,247.32

Running total

Target:
£80,000.00
Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
£29,912.07
Total donors:
239
Last donor:
Saint Fin Barres Cathedral Cork
23.07.17  
Offline fundraising:
£11,707.85
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