Paul Alexander & family

paul Alexander

Take part in a unique new cycle challenge to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Kindertransport.

Event details

, A.M – , P.M.
Berlin to, London

6-day group bike ride from Berlin to London to raise funds for Jewish communities and persons worldwide requiring assistance

£4,750.00* raised so far

*This total does not include Gift Aid. Gift Aid will be added offline.

Goal £4,000.00

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  • Andrew Cavenor

    Good riding Paul, Nadav and Daniel ... I hope the wind is always behind you. A great cause - enjoy!

  • Joanna Kalowski

    That you have thrived thanks to such a program is an inspiration to us all to do the same in our lifetime for other refugees.

  • Anonymous

    Good luck Paul and all the other riders!

  • Miri Oles

    Kol hakavod! From Miriam and James and family

  • Deborah Oles

  • Celia and Harry Geffen

    Dear Paul, Nadav and Daniel,
    What a tribute to your parents and any others who were involved in any way on that life saving mission

  • David Shulman

    Wishing lots of luck to Paul and family.

  • miriam lazarus

    thank you Paul, for doing this memorable ride
    for the remembrance of our families.

    best wishes and energy,
    from South Africa

  • yvonne grunberg

    Dear Paul, it was a pleasure meeting you together with our son Benjamin. Most likely, you are already in Berlin. For us, it is remarkable that you, with your son and grandson are participating in this event.
    Three generations, this is a blessing.
    We wish you a meaningful trip.
    Kind regards Yvonne and Max

  • Anonymous

    wishing you lots of energy and only good things
    for the memorable journey on this path

  • Anonymous

  • Elmar Esser

    Dear Paul, your tour will be a unique event and I'm very happy that you let us share it with you.
    Best Regards

  • Roger Lavender

    To Paul and family -good luck on your special bike ride.
    Annette and Roger Lavender

  • Anonymous

    With Great appreciation

  • Samuel Listenberg

    Wishing you lot of success.
    Shmulik and Hadaria Listenberg

  • Stanley Burnton

    Good luck Paul on a great and worthwhile endeavour, from Gwen and Stanley

  • Robert Appleson

    Sandy and I wish you, your son and grandson the very best of luck on this lengthy cycle ride. We will be there at Liverpool Street Station cheering you on.

  • Michael Cavenor

    Very inspirational effort Paul. Enjoy the occasion but please take care.

  • Cedric Gould

  • Benjamin Grunberg

  • Alisa and Dan Canaani

    In appreciation of the lovely family that Paul and Nili have raised up in Israel. In memory of Alisa's cousin Yehoyakim Witzenhousen of the kindertransport who later moved to Israel and fell in the Independence War during the battle on kibbutz Yad Mordechai.

  • Charles Berholz

  • Judith Vollmer

    I will always remember meeting you on the train from Leipzig to Berlin after the lawyers-conference in 2007. I thank you very much for telling me about the Kindertransport and your deep and true friendship since that day. I wish you and your family success and the power to do the bike ride.

  • Anonymous

    a great cause in memory of all our relatives who suffered and died in the Holocaust

  • Martin Glynne

    Good luck for this amazing journey .So why did it take you so long to do it again?

  • Ian Vellins

    Keep Peddling. Hope your legs make it. Regards Ian and Selma

  • Baruch Tanaman

    Paul, we wish you well on your historic journey in honor of your parents Z"L.
    Baruch & Mimi

  • Richard Stein

    We are delighted to wish you Paul, Nadav and Daniel all the best in joining together on this very memorable journey

  • Michelle & Lenny Friedmann

    Paul, wishing you much success with the bike-ride. A great achievement for a wonderful cause.

  • Daniel Kohn

    Dear Paul in memory of your brave parents and your achievement of building a beautiful family In Israel and in memory of my beloved father Paul Kohn who was one of the kinder transport kids like you, that survived and met up with his parents 11 years after they put him on a train to Liverpool street station in London.

  • Susie Kaplan

  • Philip Margolis

    Best of luck.

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