Tony Davis

The Smith Family Challenge

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Help me make a difference!

Once again I'm doing The Smith Family Challenge to help children break the cycle of disadvantage through kid’s education. 

In Australia, 1 in 7 Children are growing up in disadvantaged homes, where even the basics in life are hard to come by.

But supporting their education is the key to breaking the cycle of disadvantage.

I know I’ve asked before (this is my 8th Challenge) and everyone has been so hope you can help out’s an amazing cause proven to be having an amazing impact on Australian families!

Your donation will give children in need essentials like school books, bags, uniforms, shoes and the help they need to keep up at school.

Not only will your donation help the kids but it will give me great motivation to keep pedalling on the big day!

Thanks for your support (and wish me luck!)

Thank you to my Sponsors


Arun Abey


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Justin Ryan

Keep up the good work Tony


Alex Mcgillycuddy

Good luck TD from the McGillycuddys. Great cause!


Stephen Donnelley

Tony all the best for the event - wish I was there as well - congratulations on your incredible fundraising achievement


Philip Zylstra

Go T - well done


Clive Stiff

Good on you Tony


Andrew Foxton

Best wishes and I hope the heel holds together. Great cause!


Guy Foster

Love your work big fella


Douglas Nicol

Fantastic initiative Tony


Andy Pontin

Giddy-up old fella!


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Mike Dixon

Tony, it is a testament to you that the Smith Family Challenge continues to grow and grow in both exposure and fundraising. Well done to you for all your hard work.


Ant Rainger

Well done big fella


Nick Mercer

With all this free time on your hands i am expecting you to go faster this year! good luck mate!


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Oliver Rees

Good luck Tony!


Declan Boylan

Top effort, mate. P.S Go ireland.


Chris Bartlett

Tony, good luck. It is a wonderful cause.


David Crow

Go you legend - sharing the love to all you BBC dudes!!!!


John Eales

Go well Tony


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