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Support RUG Accountancy team in Serious Request run!

13 December 2012
Serious Request
Serious Request

To raise money for 3FM Serious Request, accountancy student Wilco, graduate Henk, and teacher Klaas will run (in relay) from Groningen to Enschede, which is 50 kilometers each! Their "Run for the Babies" is on 20 December. Support them and donate!

On 20 December Henk Strijker, Wilco van den Hul and Klaas Zwaagman will run from the KPMG building in Groningen to the 3FM Serious Request glass house in Enschede in a 130 kilometer relay run.
The motto of the FEB students and lecturer of Accountancy is: "Willpower, Passion & Character (Wilskracht, Hartstocht & Karakter)

They have their own Serious Request profile-website:



-Info on their initiative
-How to donate (iDeal or 'machtiging')
-Other sponsoring opportunities
-The amount of money already donated
.. and more!

Serious Request
The charity goal of the national 3FM Serious Request (18-24 December), and therefore also for the run of the University of Groningen team of Henk, Klaas and Wilco is to reduce infant mortality and help the Red Cross.

Thank you for your support on behalf the babies!

Run for the babies
Last modified:04 July 2014 9.35 p.m.

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