I have committed to participating in the Bike4Kef bikeathon on 4th May 2015, riding 100km from Cambridge back to London to raise much-needed funds for Kef, and I would really appreciate your support!

Kef is a London-based non-profit, voluntary organisation dedicated to offering friendship and fun to children, teens, and young adults with special needs and disabilities throughout the UK.  Kef was founded in 2006 and has grown from four children to over 50!   Kef offers after-school and Sunday activities, residential weekends and summer and winter camps.

As Kef grows and develops, so does its budget!  Last year, the Bike4Kef bikeathon was launched, with 72 riders who raised just under £150,000.00, which enabled Kef to secure a state-of-the-art, purpose-built, disabled-accessible campus for its summer camp.  It has also been able to further develop the programmes it runs during the year, with major development of its Sunday programme, and the launch of a weekly swimming club, all heavily subsidised.  All monies raised through this exciting, essential venture will help enormously towards covering the rising costs that Kef is facing.

To find out more about Kef, please visit its website at www.kefkids.org, and for more information about the bikeathon, please visit our newly launched, dedicated website at www.bike4kef.org.

Please visit my personal fundraising page at http://www.kefkids.org/bike4kef/rider/57/moishe%20dov-strom  and help me to reach my personal fundraising target of £1000.00.

Thank you!