Kidasha Runs the World launched this weekend and was a great success.
So far we’ve raised a total of almost £4,000 and we’d like to thank everyone who took part:
South Siders Basketball Club who Slammed Against Child Exploitation with a shooting competition and an anti-exploitation poster design competition with their young trainees.
T Burger who not only held an event and donated 20% of their sales from Sunday to Kidasha but also sponsored the South Siders’ Slam Against Child Exploitation.
TheBikeFarmNepal and all the riders who joined them for their charity bike ride.
James Southon who took part in the Ealing Half Marathon and his children, Oliver and Daniel, who took part in the Moore Park Fun Run.
Jodie Gravett, Oliver Chillery (aged 4), his friends Lottie(4), Mylo (3), Amy (4) and their parents who did a Barefoot Walk through the damp streets of Arlesey, UK, in solidarity with all the children in Nepal who lack not only shoes but many of the things children in the UK take for granted.
And last but not least, the 21 cyclists and runners of Happy Feet, led by our Kidasha staff, who cycled 50km or ran up to 21km in and around Pokhara, Nepal.
There is still time to sign up and do your own event. Check out photos from all these events for inspiration and just message us below with your ideas.
Hungry? Eat at T Burger today, Sunday 25th September, and support street and working children in Nepal. As part of the event Kidasha Runs the World, T-Burger will be donating 20% of sales to Kidasha’s work in Nepal.