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Published on 21 December 2012
By Al da Silva, Laos Water Cycle participant
As I sit here at Bangkok Airport waiting for my flight home, I have some time (about 7 hours actually) to reflect on the last two weeks. We packed in a lot of cycling, lots of visits to various villages and monuments, and interacted with the locals in ways that would not have been possible as a regular visitor to these two incredible countries...
Published on 13 July 2012
By Henry Choo, ChildFund supporter and City2Surf runner
Greetings and salutations to all! I am a professional opera singer based in Sydney. My wife and I have been supporters of ChildFund Australia for over 10 years, and as such I have chosen to run the City2Surf this year in support of ChildFund...
Published on 11 April 2012
By Terry Phillis, ChildFund supporter and Paris Marathon runner
My grandson Riley is happy and healthy and will have no issues reaching the age of five and older. We are lucky to have him in our lives and to watch him grow, happy and healthy. Riley is the reason I am running the Paris Marathon and fundraising for children in East Timor...
Published on 12 January 2012
By India Petrucco, 13, Coast to Coast walker
So I’m sitting in Singapore airport with my family waiting for my connecting flight to Kochi, India and I am thinking, how the hell did I get here? How did I go from feeling sorry for the people living in poverty to walking 800km in 6 weeks across India?
Published on 20 December 2011
By Nick Petrucco, ChildFund supporter and Coast to Coast walker
Today started as all days with a visit from the monkeys and being chaperoned down to breakfast by the monkey herder with his slingshot. My daughter India received a visit from the Indian Tooth Fairy last night, having lost a tooth, and found a rupee under her pillow this morning...