EMPOWER. EDUCATE. ELEVATE.

Bringing Paul's Vision to Life

PURPOSE

The Paul Sherwen Project was established to support the good that Paul was enacting in Uganda and across East Africa – empowering local people to drive progress and economic development through education, job skills and personal training, while promoting & protecting the unique culture and environment of their communities.

Join us and help make a difference. Our projects directly support local communities of East Africa. Your contribution will make for a more prosperous tomorrow.

OUR CURRENT PROJECT

MATANY GIRLS’
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

Empowering young girls in the Karamoja region (northeast Uganda) through vocational, entrepreneurship and industrial training in close collaboration with local businesses.

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DeFeet Teams Up With The Paul Sherwen Project

DeFeet cycling socks are known and loved by professional, amateur and weekend warriors worldwide. Partnering for a good cause, as they often do, when you buy a pair of Paul Sherwen Project cycling socks you’ll make your feet happy while contributing to Paul’s vision of empowerment in Africa.

LIMITED EDITION
ROAD iD ELITE BAND

Together with Road iD, our flagship partner, we have developed the second limited-edition Paul Sherwen wrist ID that honors his life and legacy to raise funds and awareness for the Paul Sherwen Project. Support our cause and enjoy peace of mind when you are out training or staying at home. The wrist ID is available for purchase through Road iD’s website with $15 of each ID sold donated to the Paul Sherwen Project.

CYCLING PHOTOGRAPHY 
BY GRAHAM WATSON

Renowned cycling photographer Graham Watson brings you some of the best bicycle racing images from all the major pro-racing events from around the world. A percentage of every Graham Watson photo purchased will be donated to the Paul Sherwen Project.

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BEHIND THE SCENES OF THE TOUR
WITH PHIL LIGGETT

On 19th July, the day right after the finish of the 108 th edition of the Tour De France, the Voice of Cycling and Chairman of the Board of the Paul Sherwen Project, the indefatigable Phil Liggett, gave a peek behind the scenes of the Tour de France to keen cycling fans who had so generously donated $500 per ticket for the opportunity to ask him their burning questions about this year’s Tour, his unique partnership with Paul Sherwen and cycling in general. With the help of these special donors and many others we surpassed our goal of $5,000 for this event bringing in $6,400 for the Matany Girls’ Vocational School.

THE PAUL SHERWEN PROJECT VIDEO

Overview of the Paul Sherwen Project (1:52)

Here for Hope.

Here for People.

Here for Tomorrow.

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