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CORK HARBOUR CYCLE 2020

8th March

Closing Date for Registration: 6th March

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

1. FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW.

2. YOU NEED TO ENTER A MINIMUM OF €30 TO ENTER. (select ‘Other’ and enter ’30’)

3. ANYTHING ABOVE €30 IS GRATEFULLY ACCEPTED AS SPONSORSHIP DONATION TO OUR PARTNER’S PROJECTS IN AFRICA.

4. ENTER YOUR DETAILS SO THAT WE CAN REGISTER YOU

5. YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL CONFIRMATION OF YOU REGISTRATION

6. AND SHORTLY AFTER THIS YOU WILL RECEIVE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS CYCLE.

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17TH

ANNUAL CYCLE

RAISING

+€280,000

CYCLING

+200,000KM

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WHERE YOUR SPONSORSHIP GOES

Africa Direct is a totally voluntary run organisation with very few overheads, most of the costs of this fundraiser are covered by sponsors and donations meaning the MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF FUNDS RAISED ARE SENT DIRECTLY TO PARTNERS FIGHTING POVERTY IN AFRICA. Please read more about our partners’ work HERE.

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THANKS TO ALL OF LAST YEAR’S SPONSORS, VOLUNTEERS AND CYCLISTS

A to Z Safety for donating reflector vests for all cyclists, Aidan Quinlan for offering cycle repairs, Glanbia and Avonmore Soup for donating soup for cyclists, Cross Ferries for providing free river crossings, Gleesons for donating soft drinks for cyclists, Mullins & Mullins Cars, Southern Fruit for donating fresh fruit for cyclists, St. John Ambulance for providing first aid for cyclists, and Super Valu Glanmire for donating snacks for cyclists.

Businesses donating to staff fundraising efforts Bord Gais Eireann, Port of Cork, Logitech, Abbvie, EY and BioMarin.

All stewards and desk volunteers, including soup makers Cliff and Elanor.

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