As part of the preparations for the 28th International kids-tour, TÜV Rheinland is offering support.
Several thousand euros have already been received in response to our appeal for donations. The gap is getting smaller. Every contribution counts.
Cycling events always affect public life in some way. Partnership and empathy are important prerequisites for reconciling everything. Here is an example.
Jana Otto is responsible for the training centre and a social pedagogue at the TÜV Rheinland Academy in Lehnitz. Together with colleague Dana Przybille, they stand for training, coaching and that for all life situations. Adolescents and children are very close to both of their hearts, especially when it comes to hard cycling.
Organiser Michael Lemke met both ladies during his preparation for the first stage in Lehnitz. Dana Przybille and Jana Otto immediately agreed to help. Unlike in previous years, the TÜV will make parts of its area available. With a long-term plan for 2023, further areas can be used by the kids-tour.
The space is provided free of charge, we say thank you for this gesture, which is not taken for granted.
We received many enquiries about the financial situation. The Landessportbund Berlin and the Berlin Cycling Federation refuse to support us. We are all the more pleased about the small and large donations we have received. For those who are still able and willing, here are the details once again
Paypal. Recipient: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: kids-tour 2022.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Fair geht vor.