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Thank You! #WalkFromHome reaches target

QPR’s #WalkFromHome campaign has now passed its donation target of £12,500!

The campaign was introduced last week as a replacement for the #TigerFeet11 charity walk, which had to be postponed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

#WalkFromHome encouraged participants to sponsor their own piece of daily exercise and then nominate three friends to do the same.

All of the money raised through #WalkFromHome will go towards the running of the Tiger Cubs, QPR’s official football team for children and young people with Down’s syndrome.

At 11am on Thursday, the £12,500 mark was passed and QPR in the Community Trust CEO Andy Evans is hugely grateful to everyone who took part in the campaign.

He said: “This is a fantastic achievement and something that everyone who took part in #WalkFromHome can be proud of.

“QPR is a really special football club and this campaign has just shown that again. To have raised this amount of money for charity in the middle of a global pandemic is truly amazing. I have to thank everyone who played their part in #WalkFromHome.”  

Supporters, staff members and players, past and present, have all rallied behind #WalkFromHome, both by donating to the cause and by spreading the message on social media.

The donation that took the campaign past its £12,500 target on Thursday morning came from supporter Graham Beach, who kindly gave a huge £500.

He said: “Watching the Tiger Cub team and staff do their lap of honour around the R’s pitch always brings a big proud tear to my eye, so it’s a great pleasure to be able to assist towards the phenomenal work done by the Tiger Cub family!”

If you would still like to donate to the Tiger Cubs, you can do so by clicking HERE.

QPR is a really special football club and this campaign has just shown that again.

Andy Evans