2020 FoundatioN RIDES – Enter NOW
Over the past 2 years, the Up and Under Foundation provided financial assistance which directly influenced over 400 peoples’ lives. To do this we spent nearly £16,000. If we are to continue to have this positive impact on our community we need your help. So please get your bike out, go for a ride, have some fun and raise some money to help those less fortunate.
Do something special in June 2020
The Foundation Rides 2020 is a month-long challenge event. Here’s the fun part; you choose the challenge.
Whether you choose to ride 10 miles, 100 miles or more, it’s up to you, or will you try to ride to work once a week, ride more with your family, or rack up the height of Mont Blanc in hills climbed?
How will it work? Everyone needs to register (link to entry form in menu above). All people registered will receive a certificate to recognise their efforts. When you have entered you will be invited to join the exclusive event Facebook Group where you can share your experiences, photos and stories, there are likely to be some group rides too.
We are running this event to raise money to help disadvantaged young people, so if you raise more than £30 (a pound a day!) you will qualify to receive a custom Foundation Rides medal. We will also be awarding prizes for the most amazing challenge, so get thinking.
Why support the Foundation Rides?
We provide financial support to youngsters who would otherwise be excluded from a range of activities. These activities foster development of confidence and other important life skills. For some kids we are their last and only hope of not missing out.
The trustees of this charity take no expenses or remuneration so that all the money we raise can be used to make a difference.
The youngsters we are supporting come from your community, we are helping them to grow and make better lives.
If you want to see more about what we do here’s a link to our 2019 review
You have to be part of this!
Entries for 2020 are now open,
Alternatively you can support us by donating here