Raising money for Breast Cancer Care
On the 29th July, 28 members of HTA will be cycling 100 miles as they participate in Ride London Surrey 100 – the cycling equivalent of running a marathon!
HTA’s cycling club, the Rouleurs, will organise training rides and advice, provide assistance with fundraising, advice on equipment and other support in the run up to the event. Joining HTA Rouleurs is one of the many benefits HTA offer staff.
Our Chosen Charity - Breast Cancer Care
150 women a day are diagnosed with Breast Cancer in the UK. Breast Cancer Care provides much needed guidance and information for families who struggle to understand what has happened and to enable them to deal with the effects of the disease. Charities like this provide much needed information and support at critical moments and deserve our help.
We are working towards a fundraising goal of £15,000 and HTA Partners have pledged to match every pound our riders raise.
If you would like donate, please do so here. This is how our donations can help:
- £10 could give 10 people with breast cancer the vital answers they need right now by funding 10 invaluable information resources.
- £30 could help a person affected by breast cancer the specialist information and support they need when they need it most through our Helpline.
- £100 could give women who are struggling to get back to ‘normal’ somewhere to turn after their treatment, by funding a facilitator on a Moving Forward course for four hours.
- £500 could allow a person with breast cancer to talk freely and regularly over the phone with a trained volunteer who understands their particular concerns.
About Ride London 100 Surrey
Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, Sunday 29 July 2018, will see 25,000 amateur cyclists take on a cycling challenge like no other through London and Surrey on a similar route to that of the London 2012 Olympic Road Cycling Races. The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 will start in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then travel through the capital and onto Surrey's stunning country roads and through the Surrey Hills before a spectacular finish on The Mall in central London.
As well as an opportunity to take on a personal challenge in completing the ride, participants' involvement will benefit good causes with thousands riding for charity. A record-breaking £12 million+ was raised for charity in 2016 bringing the total raised by riders since 2013 to more than £41 million.