QPR in the Community Trust are delighted to confirm details of their latest Tiger Feet walk, which will be happening on World DS Day 2020.
After the huge success of our previous Tiger Feet walks, this season’s walk will leave from Fulham’s Craven Cottage and see participants walk to Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium in time for QPR v Fulham on Saturday 21st March.
Rangers supporters will take a 10-mile route, via Chiswick Bridge, all in aid of the QPR Tiger Cubs, a football team for children and young people with Downs Syndrome.
The Tiger Cubs project aims to create a multi-tier learning environment that will improve the participants’ overall physical, social and emotional health. The money raised goes directly to the team to cover their expenses and assist with future projects to further extend new opportunities for the project.
QPR in the Community Trust Business Development Manager Fiona Hodgson told www.qpr.co.uk: “I am very proud to be associated with this annual fundraiser, which together with fans, staff and participants raises much needed funds for a project so close to many QPR fans’ hearts.
“Every year the success of the Tiger Feet walk helps to sustain the QPR Tiger Cubs and we have been overwhelmed by the support shown by both the walkers and the QPR fans through their generosity.
“This year, the walk falls on World DS Day, which is also celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Down’s Syndrome Association. The money raised helps us to sustain the project and pays for staff, venues, travel, kit, equipment and tournaments.
“We would be very grateful for any support that can be given to our walk in March by those taking on a personal challenge. We hope this will help to make Tiger Feet 11 our biggest fundraiser yet.”
Please help us raise awareness of what we are doing and ‘Like’ the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tigerfeet6
To sponsor the walkers or donate to your own personal challenge, click here: www.virginmoneygiving.com/team/tigerfeet11
For further details regarding the event, please contact Fiona Hodgson - [email protected]