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Luke's Cycle to End Poverty

Luke K. Freeman

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Luke's Cycle to End Poverty


I'm training to ride 600km on June 14th-15th and in the process I want to make a difference and fundraise to help reduce global poverty. This cause is deeply important to me. I’d appreciate any contribution, big or small. I will personally be matching every dollar donated (up to $2500)

Donations made through this platform are secure and will be remitted directly through to Good Return (a tax-deductible DGR status Australian charity).

Thanks so much for your support -- it is an essential factor for me to complete the ride (it's MUCH further than I've ever done).

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Good Return (World Education Australia)

Good Return provides people living in poverty with access to responsible microfinance and skills development opportunities. This enables them to develop the confidence, knowledge, and capability to break the cycle of poverty for good.

Good Return is an initiative of World Education Australia, an international development agency accredited by Australian Aid and a member of ACFID. We work in our neighbouring Asia Pacific countries, where two-thirds of the world's poor live. Find out more at

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