Revving Up for the Route 66 Challenge

Five of Whitewater’s employees are taking part in the Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, Dublin, Route 66 Challenge and aim to raise €50,000 to help buy lifesaving equipment for the brave little patients in Temple Street Children’s University Hospital. This challenge will see 65 bikers on Harley Davidsons and pillions passengers travel through 9 states and 4 different time zones. Departing September 22nd 2016. The guys will depart Chicago on the 23rd of September with only the open road in front of them and will ride up Sunset Boulevard 14 days later.

Mark Keating, Executive Director and participant said “Our one important goal is to help save the lives of critically ill children here in Ireland; this amazing motorcycle challenge is for one of Ireland’s finest Children’s hospitals”.

Whitewater Foundation are again raising funds for Temple Street Children’s University Hospital and intend to raise in excess of €50,000.

Our one important goal is to help save the lives of critically ill children here in Ireland.

As they ride this wonderful road, always on a 66er’s mind are the brave little patients in Temple Street that urgently need the best possible care that can be given to them. To date this fundraising challenge has raised over €2.5 million for sick children and the impact of this trip is visible throughout the hospital. The big hearted bikers have helped to redevelop critical wards and purchase vital life-saving equipment.

This truly is one of the most exhilarating motorcycle challenges in the world!

We will be taking on many challenges to raise these funds from bucket collections to bag packing and much more. Keep an eye on our Whitewater Foundation page for activities & we will be delighted to receive any donations or ideas….

 

Fundrasing at the Ireland v Poland Match

Fundrasing at the Ireland v Poland Match

 

Fundraising Kilmallock and Centra Kilmallock

Thank you for the generosity of the people of Kilmallock and Centra Kilmallock

 

Jimmy Nangle and Paul Picard in training

Jimmy Nangle and Paul Picard in training