David Dwyer

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David Dwyer

I am raising money to support the ongoing work of Hands Across the Water because every child deserves to live a life of choice.

Hands Across the Water supports 350+ children living in 7 homes and projects across Thailand. The charity started out addressing the needs of kids who didn't have homes or access to food, clothing and medicine. As the kids have grown and matured, the focus has shifted to education and future employment opportunities. Today, access to new and exciting opportunities for the kids is just as important as a loving home and a belly full of healthy food.

Your donation will help provide a high standard of care, a chance at a better education and a future that they never envisioned.

100% of your donation will go straight to the kids and their communities in Thailand with not one cent spent on administration or marketing.

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Father and son, team up for charity ride.

Friday 13th May
Father and son team, David Dwyer and son Harrison are teaming up to raise money for orphaned children in Thailand. Together they will face the gruelling task of riding 500km over 5 days.
“This is an adventure I’m very excited to share with Harrison” says David. Riding 500kms in 5 days, in the humidity of Thailand will definitely be a challenge, and a very rewarding one at that. The children we’re raising money for, have no one to care for them. They are at a high risk of abuse if they remain homeless without any education. To share this rewarding experience with my son will be a life changing event, and one we’ll never forget. I urge everyone to donate as little or as much as they can afford. Every cent raised goes directly to the children.
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Riverfront Real Estate

Glad it’s you, not me, riding 500kms in 5 days! It’s a great cause, and lovely to see you doing it with your son too - what a great way to teach him about being kind to others in the world. You guys rock!


Paul Davies

Good luck David and well done mate.


David Dwyer


Tim Mackay

You might need a toe rope buddy