Northern Trust Charity Cycle

Northern Trust Charity Cycle

Northern Trust Charity CycleThe Northern Trust  ‘Cycle for Sick Children’ will take place this Saturday, October 4th.

The cycle will begin at 9.30am and sets out from the Northern Trust office at Hamilton House in Castletroy, Limerick.

The cycle is in aid of the Cycle for Sick Children Club. The club was founded by Liam & Stacey Mulcahy whose daughter Sophie suffers from a life threatening heart condition and Rare Chromosome disorder .

The organisation has offered hope for seriously ill children throughout Ireland. They do this by educating the public and raising funds for children’s services throughout Ireland.

They have also supported The Jack and Jill Foundation, Enable Ireland, and Crumlin Hospital. They have highlighted the lack of services in Ireland for disabled and seriously ill children and advocating for more services.

All funds raised go directly to supporting children’s disability , Sick children in hospital , supporting services with equipment and days out.

You can visit the Cycle for Sick Children Club’s website here!

If you would like to donate or sponsor the cycle you can do so online through the event on I-Donate here!

Northern Trust had its first charity cycle last year which was in aid of Pieta House.

Following from this years cycle the charity intends to start their own Northern Trust Cycling club and similar to Cycle4SickChildren use the club to raise funds for sick children and local charities in Limerick.

Taking part in our 4th of October cycle is Clive Bellows – the Country head of the Northern Trust Ireland.

Raw Cycles based in Delta Business Park has kindly sponsored Clive with one of their bikes for the day. Northern Trust would like to give a special thank you to Raw Cycles for their support.

If you would like to register for this fun and worthy event registration is €30 and you can pay online or on the day!

You can read more about Sophie and Cycle 4 Sick Children here!

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