Maggie’s Cancer Support Charity has been appointed as the UK’s National Charity Partner, and World Bicycle Relief’s Global Charity Partner.
Welcoming both charities, Trudi Lindblad, CEO of the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships, said: “Having two well-established and well-respected charities joining us is great news.
“The work that each organization is doing in their respective areas is inspiring, and we appreciate the opportunity to work with Maggie’s and World Bicycle Relief in the months ahead.
Read more: The A7 is no longer scheduled to close at night next week
“While the UCI Cycling World Championships will create unique and memorable moments during the month of August for participants and spectators, we are also focusing on what cycling means in the long run for everyone.
“We know the impacts of cycling can be very positive in terms of well-being, health and sustainability, and working with our charitable partners will enable us to work together to share knowledge, raise awareness and support fundraising efforts.”
Over the course of the partnership, Maggie will encourage people to move with a new cycling fundraising challenge launched in April, as well as sharing inspiring stories from 24 centers in the UK about people with cancer who have harnessed the power of a bike. To help improve their mental and physical health.
Maggie will develop a hub dedicated to the UCI World Cycling Championships on their website, and host webinars on cycling and its health benefits including advice from their expert teams on the importance of making healthy choices, and taking the time to focus on health and well-being.
Maggie will also attend UCI World Cycling Championships events in Glasgow and across Scotland in August, with pop-up centers, where fans and spectators will be able to learn about how the charity supports anyone affected by cancer, and how they can support Maggie. By fundraising through Power Bike.
“We are very pleased to have been selected as the national charitable partner for the 2023 World Bicycle Relief Championships, along with global charitable partners World Bicycle Relief,” said Magee CEO Laura Lee.
Read more: The Border League Final to be played in Netherdale
“Not only is this a great way for us to raise awareness of how we support people with cancer and raise money for us to help as many people with cancer as possible, but it’s also a great opportunity to encourage more people to become part of a healthy lifestyle.
“We know how important exercise is and encourage visitors to our center to do light exercise whenever possible.
“I hope everyone in the UK is behind the championships – as a keen cyclist I know I will be too.”
Read more: Detectives are investigating an arson attack in Border Town
Alison Dufosse, CEO of World Bicycle Relief UK, said: “We can’t wait to join cyclists and cycling enthusiasts around the world in celebrating the UCI Cycling World Championships. Whether it’s amazing speed and unparalleled endurance, access to school, market or Health Clinics With time and energy to spare, bicycles are a force for change.
“We are excited to partner with the 2023 UCI World Cycling Championships to share World Bicycle Relief’s mission and impact with the global community.”
DISCLAIMER:- Denial of responsibility! olorinews.com is an automatic aggregator around the global media. All the content are available free on Internet. We have just arranged it in one platform for educational purpose only. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials on our website, please contact us by email at email@example.com The content will be deleted within 24 hours.