Help me to raise money for two incredible charities, that provide critical support to change the lives of women and children in difficult circumstances.


I am aiming to get fit enough to complete the Chain Reaction Challenge 2024 ride starting on 2 March, which includes over 1,000km of cycling through the Victorian Alps – sounds exhausting!


If you decide to support me you are donating to the Chain Reaction Foundation, which has raised over $40,000,000 for children’s charities. 

The ride I’m joining is aiming to add over $1,000,000 to this tally, which will go to two charities, So They Can and HopeStreet.  If you read the below I think you’ll understand why these two charities are so important.

So They Can is a not for profit organisation committed to empowering children living in poverty through education. This is achieved through improved learning conditions, teacher training and development, child well being, women’s empowerment, community engagement and investment in health.

Hopestreet supports communities to overcome challenges such as relationship breakdown, domestic violence, long-term unemployment, homelessness, and mental health or addiction issues.  They offer safe spaces and stable accommodation for women that have been subject to abuse or live on the street, supporting them to overcome financial hardship, a history of trauma, domestic violence or alcohol or drug use.

Great charities, doing amazing work. I would be grateful if you could help me make a difference and donate to my fundraising below.



Thank You To My Donors

Gps Capital Markets

Let's go, Ben!! It's great to see that you will be back out there again.


Ben Shrimpton

Go me - no pain no gain!


Mark Dewar

Can you ride and take calls at the same time ?


Andrew Pownall And Moir Group

Good luck!


Dawna Wright

Sounds like fun? Ouch! 😬


John Park


Christopher Hill


David Mcgrath


Hadi Esmaeili

Well done Ben!


Joseph Hansell

Well done Shrimps


Sarah Noble

Good luck Ben! Just remember.. go really hard at first on the hills to ensure full burn out half way up.. and no slacking on the flat bits. "Up a crank"...


Scott Foster

Thank you Ben for your dedication to such a worthy cause. Scott