zepa challenge 2019

Enigma Consulting is happy to do its part for society. We do this by supporting charitable causes through sports fundraising events. No challenge is too daunting, we can do anything together.

For example, Enigma participated in the first ZEPA Challenge in 2014: we cycled from Zeist to Paris within 24 hours to raise funds for Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital (WKZ). We raised € 22,000 together and had an incredible time. The funds raised were split between two projects: ‘The new children’s intensive care unit at WKZ’ and the ‘consciously rewarding ‘Bewust belonen’ initiative.

To advance the ZEPA Challenge initiative, we founded the ZEPA Challenge Foundation in Zeist on 28 December 2015 with the aim of collecting funds and donations for charitable causes. All the proceeds go to the charitable cause.

We also participated in this challenge in 2016. This time, we cycled from Zeist to Paris to raise funds for two organisations that offer assistance to child refugees in the Netherlands: Wereldkidz Vrije Vogel and Stichting YOIN. We far exceeded our target and raised a total of € 30,000 for the projects of both organisations.

The 3rd edition of the ZEPA Challenge took place on May 23, 2019. With blood, sweat and tears, Enigma has cycled a route of 577 kilometers to Paris for the charity YOIN. Thanks to the contribution of all donors, an amount of €18,235 has been raised for unaccompanied minor refugees in the Netherlands.

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ZEPA 2019 – The movie >

Enigma has cycled the route from ZEist to PARIS for the 3rd time for the YOIN charity. Watch the movie made about this.

ZEPA 2016 – Report >

Preparation for the 2016 ZEPA Challenge started as early as October 2015. Read the full report on the second edition here (in Dutch).

ZEPA 2016 – Experiences>

Curious about the experiences of the 2016 ZEPA Challenge participants? Four enthusiastic cyclists look back on the event (in Dutch).

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ZEPA 2014 – Report>

The very first edition of the ZEPA Challenge. View the after-movie and read the report on our journey from Zeist to Paris (in Dutch).