In May 2021, Rosie and her cousin Ben teamed up to solve 100 Rubik’s Cubes in 100 minutes in aid of Kidasha. They raised over £2000 and were inspired to raise more after seeing how this money has helped transform the lives of some of the most socially excluded children in the country through a wide range of brilliant projects and programmes delivered by local people and local partners.
In 2022 to celebrate Kidasha’s 25th anniversary and Rosie’s appointment to Kidasha’s Board of Trustees, they took on an even bigger and better challenge as part of Kidasha’s #Challenge25 campaign.
A 25-hour Rubik’s Cube marathon!
Between the two of them, and with the help of some of their Rubik’s Cube-solving pals along the way, they solved Rubik’s Cubes non-stop for 25 hours.
Their 2021 challenge was all about speed. Their 22 challenge was all about stamina. Rosie solved Rubik’s Cubes the traditional way, whilst Ben, who has cerebral palsy, had to be a bit more creative, solving them on his iPad with his nose.
Rosie and Ben raised over £1,700 with their 25 Hour Rubik’s Cube Marathon.
Thank you! धन्यवाद
If you’ve been inspired by Rosie and Ben please consider taking on your own fundraising challenge or making a donation to Kidasha today.
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