De elfstedentocht

Geplaatst op: 17 March 2021 | Categorie: Geen categorie

NSSR presents: Elfstedentocht

As you undoubtedly know, the RAGweek is approaching fast. This year, the NSSR will once again set up a fun activity to contribute to it, this time in cooperation with NSSV FEL and Bfrisbee2’s, the survival and frisbee associations. Together, we present the Elfstedentocht, but in a spring atmosphere! This year, there was just not enough frost to get the rivers and lakes ready, so this year we will do it on land.

During the Elfstedentocht, a route around the Radboud sports campus will be covered in small groups of four. On this route, 11 fun sports/games activities will be set up on Saturday 10 April from 14:00h onwards, with which high scores can be achieved and, of course, stamps collected. Cool prizes will be awarded for the best performance!

 

What does the day look like?

13:50 Drop-in
14:00 Welcome
14:10 Start of the event
15:10 Break
16:15 Closing

 

Registration & Tickets

Registration for the Elfstedentocht is done in groups of 4 via this link. In case of aggravating circumstances it might be necessary to split up the groups in pairs.

Since we are, of course, raising money for charity with this activity, we are not very picky about how we get this money. In short, we are willing to turn a blind eye for a little extra so that you can get some advantages and have a better chance of winning those nice prizes. Below, we have listed the options for you.

 

Packages: Costs:
Attendance €2,-
Attendance + 3 cheats €3,25
Attendance + 5 cheats €3,75
Attendance + 7 cheats €4,-

 

Charities

Right To Play is an international organisation that uses play to improve the lives of children. The organisation is active in 15 countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. In these countries, children often have to deal with violence, exploitation and poverty. With unique play programmes, the organisation contributes to the healthy development of children. Each week, Right To Play reaches 2.3 million children aged 4-18.

De hond kan de was doen raises funds for the training of assistance dogs in the home. Such training is expensive and in many cases not affordable for the person concerned. Assistance dogs are trained by recognised and qualified schools. During the training, both the dog and his ‘owner’ receive training. That is why we call it team training. The training at home ensures that the assistance dog immediately learns to offer tailor-made help. At the same time, the owner learns to increase his own self-reliance through the training programme.