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Challenge for Change News

Follow the CFC team and event participants as they tackle physically challenging events to raise funds and awareness for Eagles Wings.

Kosciuszko Challenge 2015  Day Seven

Up nice and early for the last day of this years Challenge For Change. Yet again another cold morning for this bunch of warm blooded Queenslanders.

 

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Introducing...

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As many of you are aware EW has grown and changed over a number of years, from a small fledgling community school to the strong and broad organisation it is today. We thank God for that and recognise your input into that journey.

Just as the organisation has matured, we felt it was time our logo and web presence reflected that. So, it is with pleasure that we reveal our new logo! It clearly expresses our core values of Hope, Generosity and Adventure and keeps us tied strongly to the initial vision that our EW Zambia Director, Mr Lackson Matolokoshi had of an eagle and it's relation to Isaiah 40:31.

We are very excited about the years ahead and look forward to continuing to partner with our Zambian friends as together we seek to help orphans and vulnerable children realise and reach their God given potential. Thanks for being part of it with us!

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The Solstice Challenge: 9 Hours of Riding - one BIG effort!

The siren sounded. It was 7 minutes past 7am and around 70 cyclists began their epic challenge to see our far they could ride in 9 hours – to change the lives of Zambian children.

On the 11th of June Challenge for Change (CFC) kicked off their first official fundraiser for Eagles Wings, “The Solstice Challenge”. The CFC group had decided to hold an event that would challenge all participants, regardless of whether they were semi-professional speedsters or a part time cycling hack. The Holden Driving Centre was an ideal venue with a flat 1.6km circuit that allowed participants and supporters to view the competing cyclists. Cyclists had a choice to ride as individuals, pairs or teams of four.

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  • $795,000
  • Raised since 2008
  • 9
  • Countries cycled
  • 479
  • Participants
  • 34,700
  • Kilometres cycled