RideLondon 2019 - welcome Kellie Peters!

Our RideLondon fundraiser, Kellie Peters, wearing a pink headband and blue t-shirt, with plaits in her hair.

The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 returns to the roads of London and Surrey on Sunday 4th August 2019 and once again, African Children’s Fund is delighted to have representation in this prestigious event.

We are very proud to announce the #TeamACF representative taking on this 100 mile cycling challenge in 2019 is… Data Rockstar Kellie Peters.

Kellie co-founded the award-winning Oxfordshire data consultancy, Databasix, with Regina Lally who took part in this year’s Vitality Big Half to support African Children’s Fund.

We’re very grateful to Databasix for going above and beyond in their continued support of African Children’s Fund!

Kellie explained why she’s keen to put her body on the line to support African Children’s Fund in this phenomenal fundraising event:

I am very passionate about education, it has played a huge part in my life and has led me to be a co-founder of my own business. Unfortunately there are so many children that are not a lucky as me. I think it is incredibly that £7 can feed 100 children with a nutritious mug of porridge each day, in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe, enabling them to go to school, rather than to work, scavenge or beg on the streets.
— Kellie Peters

If you can spare a donation for Kellie to motivate her through her training and the big event itself, she would of course be hugely grateful. Just click on the button below to contribute to her £450 target! Thank you in advance.