Rev-Athon to be held again
Hopes are high of repeating last year’s epic 24 hour Rev-Athon which raised $15,000 for Ronald McDonald House Auckland.
CLM Onehunga is holding its second RevAthon next month and aims to raise another $15,000.
The first Rev-Athon was held last year and was organised by Toni Clough after her stepson Ethan McFall died.
The family spent time at the house during his illness and chose to give back through fundraising event.
The event requires teams to have one person on a spin bike at all times over 24 hours.
Teams and individuals can be sponsored and an auction and a raffle will also be held.
The event will be held at the Onehunga War Memorial Pools on April 11 and 12.