Brad Yendall

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Occupation: Apprentice plumber

Bike Type: Felt

Why am I riding:  Hi my name is Brad Yendall, I am 18 years old I live in Whyalla and am an Apprentice Plumber. I play football, cricket, soccer and go to the gym. I’ve been inspired to do the 1,000 km ride from Port Lincoln to Adelaide because I want to make a difference to children with serious illness and disabilities and their families who stay at Ronald McDonald House Adelaide. I myself have used Women’s and Children’s Hospital in the past and have seen first hand the tough little and big kids and their families of how much the house means to them! Especially how much it helps people in regional areas to be able to access accommodation near the hospital and be able to be close to their child when they are sick The House relies upon community support and fundraising in order to provide accommodation and support services to hundreds of families every year. Please make a donation to me so that the House can continue to keep families together when they need it the most.

Thank you for your support!

You can support Brad at his Everyday Hero page here 

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