Oxfam Trailwalker Challenge

Oxfam Trailwalker is the ultimate team challenge – tackle 100km in 36 hours or 50km in 18 hours and raise funds to fight poverty. Oxfam Trailwalker New Zealand is part of an international series, with an incredible 16 events being held around the world in 11 countries. Over the years, the event has raised more than $160 million internationally for Oxfam’s life-saving work.
It’ll be one of the hardest things they ever take on, but team Gilligan Sheppard are looking forward to the sense of achievement they’ll get when they cross the finish line.
Read more about the Oxfam Trailwalker here.
After a magical 10 years in Taupō, Oxfam Trailwalker celebrated at a new location for 2016 – Whakatāne! In 2017 the event will again take place in Whakatāne with a trail that takes in the very best of the Bay of Plenty region including the one and only Ohope beach.

Team Gilligan Sheppard are representing The Rotary Club of Auckland and are asking you to donate to their team. They are taking on the bigger of the two challenges in March and travelling 100 KM to try and raise $2,500.
Yi Ping: an avid tramper
Humphrey: in for the experience
Marcus: injured ankles but up for the challenge
Casper: the young one to help the above elderly
Click here to check out more information about our team and/or to donate to the cause.

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