Steve Thorpe from the Free Kicks Foundation approached me about a massive challenge a small team of them have set. They are planning to visit 92 UK Football League stadiums in 92 hours. So thats an average of one stadium per hour. A massive challenge.
They are doing it for the Free Kicks Foundation so here is a bit of background about them:
The idea of the Free Kicks Foundation was born one evening during the summer of 2006. Friends Steve Thorpe and Leigh Porter, both from Peterborough, were watching the World Cup and decided to try and combine their mutual passion of football with fundraising, resulting in the concept of setting up their very own charity. The aim of Free Kicks is to provide football-related activities for ill, bereaved and disadvantaged children, to give them a day to remember with their favourite football club.
I am not going to tell you to give them your money. But if you feel this is a worthy cause you can donate however much you like on their JustGiving.com page. See how much money they have raise so far below.
You can also follow twitter updates from each ground by following twitter.com/Freekicks.
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