Join 100 DIT students in a Humanitarian Adventure in
Post-Chernobyl Belarus in June.

30th March 2009

Join 100 DIT students in a Humanitarian Adventure in Post-Chernobyl Belarus in June.

Bike2Belarus is a sponsored cycle in Eastern Europe from June 12th to June 20th 2009

  • You get to visit Kiev in Ukraine and loads of places with weird names in Belarus.
  • You earn sponsorship by cycling around Belarus or by helping build stuff in orphanages.
  • You earn a Diploma in Humanitarian Engagement from the Belarus Ministry of Social Protection (looks great on your CV).
  • You will have the best eight days of your life – unbelievable craic, adventures and parties.
  • You will make a difference in the lives of physically and mentally disabled kids and young adults.
  • If you know anything about construction (guys from Bolton St really needed), or are handy with a paintbrush, or a shovel you can help build a special playground for kids with disabilities.

Interested: Don’t delay – e-mail joe mc grath at jmcgrath@dit.ie immediately. Put bike2belarus in the subject box.
You can visit our website: www.bike2belarus.com

This is organised by StudentAID Chernobyl, Registered Charity 16408.

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