Emma Huxtable Hi All!

Thanks for visiting this page. I have decided to jump on a big adventure with an amazing cause and need a bit of help.

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

------------ THE CHALLENGE ------------

A 500 km bike ride across Thailand over 5 days.

------------ ABOUT ME ------------

Firstly I am not a cyclist... not by a long shot. I have not been on a bike since I was a child and have plenty of scars on my knees as evidence of those childhood adventures!

There are many reasons that I am partaking on this incredible adventure. Firstly it is an amazing cause. I truly believe that everyone deserves happiness and to smile. This is vitally important during development years. Why wouldn't I do anything possible to help with this? I also want the challenge to push and achieve something I never thought was possible. Bikes make me incredibly nervous and uncomfortable (maybe something to do with all the scars), what a personal triumph it would be to complete this ride.

Please help support me. I am looking to raise $5,000 (all of which goes directly to helping these children). This is a huge goal but will make such a difference. Anything you can do to support would be greatly appreciated. From that deposit you have for your house down to your morning coffee.

------------ THE CHARITY ------------

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. Emma Huxtable