On Sunday 8 May, Porsche Centre Reading was proud to support the Restless Triathlon hosted at the prestigious Bradfield College. Unlike other major sporting charity events, which are aimed at adults, the Restless Triathlon is unique in that it gives children the chance to compete and raise money for those less fortunate.
As part of our involvement, Porsche Centre Reading held a display outside the school to showcase the Cayenne and the new 718 Boxster.
Encouraging children from the ages of 3-13 to come together and compete, the Restless triathlon will made full use of Bradfield College’s swimming pool and outdoor facilities for the swimming, cycling and running elements of the triathlon.
Over the next three years, the organisation is aiming to host 20 events across the UK with 20,000 young people taking part to raise £1 million per year. The triathlon is backed by Restless Development, an international development charity that puts young people at the very heart of dealing with the issues that affect them, their communities and their countries.
Sean Wilson, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Reading, said “It is our pleasure to sponsor such a fantastic fundraising event in our local community. The Restless Triathlon is unique in giving young people the ability to raise significant amounts for charity. We would like to congratulate all of the competitors and thank Restless Development for their great work.” Learn more about the Restless Triathlon.
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