Every day heroes cycle to make a difference

During their holidays most people were relaxing but St Peters Springfield students — Bailey S. (Year 12) and Harry S. (Year 10) cycled over 1,000 km and raised over $10,600 for charity. Their challenge began on Monday 21 September and went to Sunday 27 September.

Team members Bailey, Harry and Rudy Grommen from Ray White Augustine Heights, dubbed the Three Musketeers, created their team to raise money and make a difference. The trio cycled 1,000 km across south-east Queensland and raised over $10.6K for Westside Community Care. Each route for the 1,000 km charity bike ride revealed seven different challenging stories and was specifically designed via the app Strava. Followers could track how the trio travelled each day and the kilometres they covered. 

Westside Community Care (QLD) Limited is a Charity established to lend a helping hand to the Community of Greater Springfield and surrounding suburbs. Their aim is to team up together with businesses, governments, churches, community groups and community minded people to reach out together with care to those needing a helping hand up in the greater Springfield community.

Westside Community Care do this through getting involved, organising community events, fundraisers, appeals, practical assistance, email community care network hoping to connect caring people with those who need care.

Be part of our supportive St Peters Springfield community and contact enrolment by email s.enolments@stpeters.qld.edu.au or call 3470 3888