Fundraising complete, Anna has reached 100% of the target!
Anna's 100 for 100k Challenge
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- My Story
I have had the pleasure of working for IntoUniversity for 2 and a half years, and I have loved working for an organisation that works so hard to support young people in achieving their ambitions.
The COVID-19 crisis has necessitated the temporary closure of all IntoUniversity centres. The charity has been offering a remote service to students throughout lockdown, providing essential ongoing support. IntoUniversity believes that our young people and families will be among those hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis and as the economic after-effects of the lockdown are felt, they will suffer a further blow to their education and futures. Now our centres can open once again, students urgently need our help to support their learning recovery from the severe effects of the lockdown. Due to financial difficulties resulting from COVID-19, a funder has had to withdraw their funding, leaving IntoUniversity with a £100,000 gap in funding for the next academic year which we need to fill in order to continue support our young people.
Therefore, I am taking part in IntoUniversity’s challenge event, 100 for 100k. Throughout the month of September I will be cycling 100km on an exercise bike to raise money for IntoUniversity. As many of you know, last year I tore my ACL and I had knee surgery to replace it just 6 months ago. Cycling 100km will be no mean feat, especially considering I've only been on an exercise bike twice since the surgery! Therefore, any sponsorship you can offer to support my challenge and the work of my amazing charity will be gratefully received!
If you would like to find out more about IntoUniversity and the challenge event, please visit our website.
A third completed!
Almost there, Anna has reached 75% of the target!
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We believe that our young people and their families will be among those hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis and that as the economic after-effects of the lockdown are felt, they will suffer a further blow to their education and futures. When it is safe to reopen our ...