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Ben and Niccy Lowther

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Natasha Johnson

I grew up in a rural community in Central Queensland and am now a Brisbane-based special education teacher. I’m a people-person – I find getting to know others, spending time with people and hearing their life stories one of the greatest joys in life. I have always had a deep interest in social justice; however this interest was ignited as I completed Break the Cycle 2009. I had the privilege of visiting Ndola in 2011 and fell in love with the Zambian people, their culture, and the joy that they have, despite their earthly circumstances. I’m excited to be a part of the Challenge for Change team and look forward to challenging myself as we advocate for our Zambian friends!

Nat Campbell

I’ve been involved with Eagles Wings since I went on a Building Team to Zambia back in 2010, little did I know how fun the next few years would be! Since then, I’ve joined the Board of EW Australia, been back to Zambia with building teams and the annual Kids Camp, bought a bike and been for a couple of big bike rides!

Reid Anderton

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Graham Folling

I've always loved cycling, social and recreational, then when my body said no more, I became a spectator. I also have a passion for overseas mission. When I first met Reid Anderton several years ago, I caught his vision for Eagles Wings and for Challenge For Change cycling events. A year later I met Lackson Maolokashi and my commitment to Eagles Wings was complete. My other passion is photography, so now I send my time photographing Challenge for Change and telling the stories of the cyclists as they meet their challenge for the Children of Zambia. This year I am going to Zambia and to meet Lackson on his home turf. To do what I can for the children and people of his community.
  • $795,000
  • Raised since 2008
  • 9
  • Countries cycled
  • 479
  • Participants
  • 34,700
  • Kilometres cycled