The FPA’s charity arm, the Future2 Foundation, has put out an open invitation to advisers to partake in its hiking challenge as well as its yearly Wheel Classic charity bike ride.
In its 10th year, the 2019 Wheel Classic will cover 819 kilometres with riders setting off from Melbourne’s Federation Square on 22 November, with the riders travelling through the Daylesford Ranges and down to Apollo Bay.
The group will ride the Amy Gillett Fondo route before cycling the Great Ocean Road and looping back to Melbourne.
Future2 will also host its Hiking Challenge in the Grampians Mountains Ranges from 23 November.
Participants will cover around 25 kilometres over two full days plus travel time from Melbourne to Halls Gap and return.
Riders will take on the challenge of each raising $1,500, while hikers will each aim to raise $1,200 to support Future2’s Make the Difference! Grant program.
“Future2 is all about making a meaningful difference to the lives of young Australians, who, through circumstances, often at no fault of their own, have fallen on difficult times,” said Future2 chair Petra Churcher.
“These young people are our future, and they are important to our future as a society.”
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