Introducing ISG’s Cycle for Charity 2018

16 July 2018

On Thursday 27 September 2018, ISG is inviting clients, suppliers and employees to join #TeamISG in a charity cycle challenge to raise vital funds and awareness for its UK charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support.

Feel like tackling your next challenge? Or looking to drum up a bit of excitement and fun with your colleagues? 

Then ISG might just have the challenge for you.

On Thursday 27 September 2018, ISG is inviting clients, suppliers and employees to join #TeamISG in a charity cycle challenge to raise vital funds and awareness for its UK charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support. 

All funds from the ride will help the charity provide emotional support, medical advice, financial guidance and end-of-life care to people living with cancer, as well as support for their families.

Taking place during Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, ISG and its riders will embark on either a 40 or 72-mile circular route across the beautiful Berkshire and Oxfordshire countryside, with a promise of coffee and cake at the start and finish.

Whether you're a bike novice or an experienced rider, all abilities are welcome, and you can also sign up as a team. 

It doesn’t matter when you cross the finish line – it’s all about taking part, and our goal is to raise as much money for Macmillan as possible.

Interested in taking part?

Entry prices for the ride are £50 per person (plus admin fee) and 100% of the ticket price will be donated to charity. Donations higher than the ticket price are also welcome.

Everything you need to know about the event, including how to register and view the Cycle for Charity JustGiving page, can be found on our dedicated Cycle for Charity web page.

If you don’t want to ride, but still want to take part, why not become one of our volunteers? Find out more by contacting our event team at CycleforCharity@isgplc.com.

Join ISG for our inaugural charity bike ride today, and be part of helping improve the lives of everyone living with and affected by cancer.