LAST Saturday, QPR in the Community Trust’s annual fundraiser event for the Tiger Cubs – Tiger Feet – took place.
The sponsored walks help raise money for the Tiger Cubs – QPR’s football club for children with Down’s Syndrome – and allows the project to sustain and grow.
Tiger Feet 4 was a sponsored walk from Loftus Road to Arsenal and was a great day for everyone involved.
A total of 30 participants took part in the 11-mile walk, which passed many famous London landmarks including the Royal Albert Hall, London Zoo and Marble Arch and went through Holland and Regents Parks.
QPR in the Community Trust works in partnership with the Down’s Syndrome Association to run the Tiger Cubs, which offers young people and children with Down’s Syndrome the opportunity to participate in team sport and activities linked with the Trust.
Over the past year, the Trust has expanded the Tiger Cubs from one session per week to three, while there is now also an adults club – the QPR Tigers.
Or by texting ‘QPRW12 £3’ to 70070.
All proceeds from these donations will go directly to the Tiger Cubs.
At QPR’s match against Reading on Sunday, the Tiger Cubs will be celebrating their 4th birthday with half-time activities on the pitch.