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Tolerro backs NZ ride supporting kids with autism

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2018 Chain Reaction Women's 300The 2018 Chain Reaction corporate cycling challenge will raise much-needed funds in support of children with autism and the work of AEIOU foundation.

Chain Reaction 2018 will see 60 riders, including Tolerro’s own Catherine Daly, undertaking an incredible 1000km, seven-day journey from Christchurch to Queenstown on New Zealand’s South Island.

Tolerro’s CEO and Managing Director, Anomi Bruynius, said Chain Reaction was a fantastic initiative aiming to raise $1m to support sick kids through charity partners AEIOU Foundation and Ronald McDonald House.

“AEIOU does tremendous work helping young children with autism and it’s great to know the money raised from this ride will help to build a new facility in Logan.

“Similarly, funds raised will help Ronald McDonald House to meet the growing need for accommodation which has increased since the building of the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in South Brisbane.”

Tolerro will sponsor a competition jersey for the Chain Reaction ride, a commitment which was recently welcomed by the Chair of the Queensland event, Michael Byrom.

“Fundraising is hard work and I’d like to offer our thanks and appreciation for your support, especially as you also supported us for the women’s Chain Reaction event in 2017.”

The 1000km New Zealand event starts in Christchurch on 3 March. Please give generously to sponsor Tolerro’s Catherine Daly as she jumps in the saddle to help sick kids. To donate please click here.

For more information about Chain Reaction Queensland’s 2018 partners, visit: