This Friday, September 23, accountancy and business advisory practice CavanaghKelly gears up to cycle 100 miles between its Dungannon, Omagh and Enniskillen offices in aid of the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust (KBRT).

“At CavanaghKelly making a difference to, and supporting, our community is an important part of the practice. This year, we are delighted to be supporting The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust as our Charity of the Year,” Managing Partner, Des Kelly said.

“It is a charity close to our hearts as it has supported members of our team and their families at an extremely difficult time, as well families in our local community.

"The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust does fantastic work alleviating the financial hardship of bereaved families repatriating the bodies of loved ones who have died abroad in sudden or tragic circumstances back to Ireland.”

The charity was founded by the parents of Kevin Bell after he was tragically killed in a hit-and-run in New York in 2013 and fundraising activities to help bring him home raised more money than was needed. Since then, the charity has helped repatriate the bodies of almost 1,300 people who have passed away abroad back to Ireland.

While Partners Michael Drumm, John McCamley and Steven Lindsay and their colleagues Shane Martin, Christina McCaffrey and Oisín Kelly are on the roads, the rest of the team will be jumping on spin bikes in various locations for a same day spin-a-thon.

The team have already surpassed their £20,000 target thanks to the generosity of staff, clients and family and friends, and are now aiming for £30,000.

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