$2,601.04
$5,000
Hsu-Ann: Cycle. Sweat. End slavery. IJM AUSTRALIA LTD
Hsu-Ann: Cycle. Sweat. End slavery.
$2,601.04
$5,000
IJM AUSTRALIA LTD
Hsu-Ann: Cycle. Sweat. End slavery.
Hsu-Ann: Cycle. Sweat. End slavery.

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439 days ago, Hsu-Ann created this page in support of IJM AUSTRALIA LTD .

With the help of Team WK, Hsu-Ann gave everything:

  • Shared their page with everyone they could.

  • Received 29 donations from generous family and friends.

  • Raised $2,601.04.

My Story

Why am I cycling 250km through the hot and humid hills of Cambodia?

Well, work roped me into this trip - I'm joining law firm Wotton+Kearney as they cycle and sweat through Cambodia, learning about human trafficking in Southeast Asia and raising funds for International Justice Mission as we seek to end it.

No-one asked me to fundraise. But as I cram in some training over the next few weeks, preparing to cycle 30-80km a day, I'm asking you to get behind me because I know that the money we raise will make a lasting impact in the lives of rescued slaves and in whole communities that will be safe from violence because of IJM's work.

I'm committed to IJM because we aren't afraid of tackling big, ugly issues like slavery. I'm passionate about what we do because I've seen that change is possible, and it's happening.

Thanks for your support - it means a lot more than you might think!

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Team WK

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Modern day slavery is vast and brutal – there are over 45 million people trapped in slavery and annually it generates more than $190 billion.

Yet, when laws are enforced slavery is stoppable. Every year thousands are rescued and millions protected because laws against slavery are enforced.

Wotton + Kearney (W+K) has partnered with IJM Australia to help tackle modern slavery, at home and overseas.

THE CHALLENGE

In October 2018, a team from W+K will cycle 250km across Cambodia, through stunning countryside, bustling cities and friendly villages.

The challenge will start in Siem Reap, the home of Angkor Wat, and see the team cycle to Battambang and onto Phnom Penh. Along the way the team will spend time with not-for-profits and social enterprises working with survivors of trafficking and forced labour. The last 2 days will be spent in Phnom Penh with IJM’s field office, getting a first-hand view of the work of the National Investigations & Enforcement Team, and hearing the stories of those IJM has rescued.

The entire team are novice cyclists, with at least one member getting back on a bike after a 20-year 'break'. We will spend the year training and building our fitness, and importantly, learning more about IJM's work and the global issue of modern slavery.

We have set ourselves a team target of $125,000 - to cover the operational costs of the National Investigations & Enforcement Team in IJM's new labour trafficking project in Cambodia.

Slavery should not exist in our society. Please support our efforts to eradicate it.

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Team WK

Blob

Modern day slavery is vast and brutal – there are over 45 million people trapped in slavery and annually it generates more than $190 billion.

Yet, when laws are enforced slavery is stoppable. Every year thousands are rescued and millions protected because laws against slavery are enforced.

Wotton + Kearney (W+K) has partnered with IJM Australia to help tackle modern slavery, at home and overseas.

THE CHALLENGE

In October 2018, a team from W+K will cycle 250km across Cambodia, through stunning countryside, bustling cities and friendly villages.

The challenge will start in Siem Reap, the home of Angkor Wat, and see the team cycle to Battambang and onto Phnom Penh. Along the way the team will spend time with not-for-profits and social enterprises working with survivors of trafficking and forced labour. The last 2 days will be spent in Phnom Penh with IJM’s field office, getting a first-hand view of the work of the National Investigations & Enforcement Team, and hearing the stories of those IJM has rescued.

The entire team are novice cyclists, with at least one member getting back on a bike after a 20-year 'break'. We will spend the year training and building our fitness, and importantly, learning more about IJM's work and the global issue of modern slavery.

We have set ourselves a team target of $125,000 - to cover the operational costs of the National Investigations & Enforcement Team in IJM's new labour trafficking project in Cambodia.

Slavery should not exist in our society. Please support our efforts to eradicate it.

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