SACA Charity Bike Ride raises £30,000

SACA Charity Bike Ride raises £30,000

Rainbow Trust
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Date published: 03 December 2014 by Anna Jackson

Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity has been proudly supported by SACA Charity Bike Ride throughout 2014. Hundreds of riders from across the UK took part in the Birmingham to London bike ride over the Summer. The cycle ride attracts riders from all over the country, as well as international riders, and each year and involves months of planning to ensure the event is amazing. Riders start in Birmingham and then travel through Coventry, Daventry and Bedfordshire before reaching Luton. The second day then continues through St. Albans, Radlett, Elstree and Harrow, reaching the final destination in Southall, West London.

Each year, SACA selects a children’s charity to benefit from the money raised as part of the event. Over the last 30 years, the event has raised in excess of £380,000 for different children’s charity groups. SACA, who celebrates their 30th anniversary this year held a presentation over the weekend at the University of West London and was delighted to present Rainbow Trust with a cheque for an incredible £30,000.

Community Fundraiser, Zoe Clarke said, “We cannot thank SACA enough for their dedication and commitment to supporting Rainbow Trust. This generous amount of money will help us to reach more families in 2015.”