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The official race charity is  Save the Children Fund which regularly informs all Crew Volunteers about the organisation's progress around the world.

Save the Children

What Save the Children say:

"The International Save the Children Alliance (Save the Children) is the world's leading independent movement for children. It is made up of 29 organisations around the world who between them work in over 100 countries, sharing a common aim - to work for the betterment of children, their families and the environment."

In 1992, Save the Children  was nominated as the official race charity of the British Steel Challenge 1992-1993. This relationship continued in the 1996-1997 BT Global Challenge, when over  560,000 (US$840,000) was raised and extensive publicity was achieved on a local, national and international level. The BT Global Challenge 2000-2001 set a fundraising  target of  300,000 (US$450,000) and finally achieved over 1,000,000.

Readers can  check out the SCF official website at www.savethechildren.org.uk  to know more about Save the Children.

Amount donated to Save the Children by this crew volunteer - GBP 2,100 - thanks to you!
 

A company registered in London no. 178159 and limited by guarantee. Registered charity no. 213890, VAT registered no. 239 5393 33. Save the Children is a member of the International Save the Children Alliance.

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