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Woodstock Community Cycling Fundraiser 2024

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Sports are a crucial yet often overlooked part of the development of children.

The Woodstock School cycling team has decided to come together and cycle a cumulative total of 3000km in 15 days across 3 countries (1 to 15 July 2024) to raise funds for Pro Sport Development's Community Sports Program (CSP) that empowers youth from marginalized societies in India through sports & play.

The CSP program uses a purposefully designed, goal-oriented and gender-sensitive multi-sport and physical activity curriculum, which incorporates capacity building on life skill development, values education, gender, adolescent health and hygiene and child rights.

You can read the CSP impact report here:

CSP Annual Report 2022-2023

This is how you can contribute to the program:

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Get daily event updates starting 1st July on our Instagram:

WS Cycling Fundraiser Instagram Link

Our riders: (Left to Right)

Aadil Challawala (Ontario, Canada)

David Williamson (Washington, USA)

Mohammad Yousuf Ansari (Mussoorie, India)

Aryaman Roongta (Pune, India)

Nikolas Hoekman (Virginia, USA)

Daksh Dahiya (New Delhi, India)

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About the Beneficiary Organization:

About Pro Sport Development (PSD) & their Community Sports Program (CSP)

PSD is a social enterprise based in India that uses sport for the holistic development of young people across the world. Through our sports programmes, we engage with children and youth, especially girls and young people from marginalised and vulnerable communities, to build their soft skills, combat gender inequality and boost their potential.

Pro Sport Development (PSD) has been implementing its flagship Community Sports Program (CSP) in the city of Bhubaneswar, Odisha in India since 2015. The CSP works with young people between the ages of 5-16 years from marginalized slum communities across Bhubaneswar, Odisha, utilizing sport, physical activity and play as tools to empower them as confident, competent and gender-sensitive leaders and agents of change within their communities. The program uses a purposefully designed, goal-oriented and gender-sensitive multi-sport and physical activity curriculum, which incorporates capacity building on life skill development, values education, gender, adolescent health and hygiene and child rights.

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Pro Sport Development Trust

Pro Sport Development Trust

Beneficiary Charity

Woodstock School Cycling Passage

Woodstock School Cycling Passage

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