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Friends to Mankind & Daigle Bikes

Friends to Mankind & Daigle Bikes

In the the first part of this episode, Ally Johnson talks to us about Friends to Mankind (FtoM), an international non-profit organisation.  She answers the questions:

  • Who they are?
  • What is the story behind FtoM?
  • Who the founder is?
  • And how you can be a friend to mankind.

In the second part of this episode, Ally welcomes her sponsor, Mathieu Daigle – owner of  Daigle Bikes.   Matt has created the bike that Ally will be riding Sea to Sea.   Listen and find out more about his custom designed bikes, how he became a friend to mankind and is even donating a portion of new bikes sales directly to the ride!

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Interested in knowing more about Ally Johnson and her fight to end poverty by cycling from sea-to-sea? Visit her other podcast here at Tenacious Living Networkhome of your holistic health podcasts :

What is Sea2Sea Cycling to End Poverty?

SeatoSea Cycling to End Poverty is a cycling mission focused on empowering people out of the cycle of poverty through fundraising and awareness. Poverty is real. Over 800 million people live in extreme poverty and nearly half the world lives on less than $2.50 / day. Sea to sea is working towards solutions. With partners, all over the world we collaborate with businesses people using 4 methods: mentoring, training, access to capital and advocacy. Equipping people struggling with poverty with tools so that more communities can achieve more food, good health, fruitful work, peace, and justice. Sea2Sea is a registered 501K in USA and Charitable Organization in Canada

How can you help? 

***Personal / direct donations www.seatosea.org sponsor rider/ fundraiser Ally Johnson

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