New initiative launched to help raise funds for Huddersfield Town Foundation
- 17 people will cycle to Ipswich Town for 2023/24 season finale
- Stop-offs at Lincoln and Cambridge
- Money raised will go towards funds for the Breakfast Clubs
On Saturday 4 May, 18 cyclists will participate in the ‘Biking for Breakfast’ challenge as they bike from the John Smith’s Stadium down to Ipswich Town’s Portman Road to raise money for the Huddersfield Town Foundation’s Breakfast Clubs.
Starting on Wednesday 1 May, the group will depart from the John Smith’s Stadium and head towards Lincoln for stop number one of the trip.
The following day, they will then make their way to Cambridge to stop number two, before they head to Suffolk to complete their challenge on Friday 3 May: the day before Town’s end-of-the-season meeting with Ipswich.
These cyclists will be putting in the hard yards to raise money for Town’s Foundation’s Breakfast Clubs, which has recently surpassed 2.5 million meals served since its inception in 2012. Fundraising is vital for the Breakfast Clubs, as it costs over £140,000 per annum to run.
It is for that reason the aptly named ‘Biking for Breakfasts’ will be taking place, as this fantastic team will be pushing themselves to the optimum by clocking up approximately 245 miles during the journey to raise vital funds for this cause.
And when times get tough during the challenge, the thought that their efforts will help provide a young person with the necessary energy for a day of learning will push the group on in their endeavours.
If you have a question about this fundraiser, or any other events that Town’s Foundation conducts to help the community, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your enquiry.
To support them and Town’s Official Charity, CLICK HERE to make a donation to the ‘Biking for Breakfasts’ challenge!