Old Tiffinians RFC road to Minneapolis

UPDATE: After smashing our fundraiser and distance goal, the team have decided to make it a round trip! Another 6,447km - let's go After the death of George Floyd and the racial protests being witnessed in the USA, Old Tiffinians RFC is attempting a charity fundraiser for the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.  The team are aiming to complete the (virtual) distance from Kingston to Minneapolis, where George Floyd was killed on 25th May 2020.  The team will collectively travel the 6,447 km via walking/running/cycling etc. to raise funds and show solidarity with those suffering racial injustice across the country. These are huge goal posts but nothing compared to what those who've lost lives had to give. The funds will be donated to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable trust, who are a UK charity that inspire and enable young people from disadvantaged and underrepresented backgrounds to succeed. More can be found here: https://www.stephenlawrence.org.uk/about-us/


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  • Josh Thomas 
    • £5 
    • 7 months ago
  • Martin Baxter 
    • £20 
    • 7 months ago
  • Jess Atkinson  
    • £10 
    • 7 months ago
  • Tom Durie  
    • £30 
    • 8 months ago
  • Alison Sikora 
    • £50 
    • 8 months ago
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Fundraising team: Old Tiffinians RFC (23)

Jack Corcoran 
Raised £380 from 13 donations
Cobham, South East England, United Kingdom
Registered charity
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Tom Carvill 
Team member
Raised £646 from 38 donations
Tom Kinnaird 
Team member
Raised £370 from 15 donations
Will Nichols 
Team member
Raised £330 from 9 donations
Sam Bardwell 
Team member
Raised £290 from 6 donations
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