The Soar Foundation is a youth-based charity working with over 45,000 young people since its establishment in 2012.
We aim to prepare teenagers for life by running Early Intervention, Character Building workshops in both communities and schools all over Ireland.
Within these unique environments teenagers begin to grow Awareness of self, and the world around them, build Resilience and Coping Strategies, develop their Inner-Confidence and Self-Esteem, and emerge with a sense of Agency as they transition into early adulthood.
It is clear to see that teenagers need these environments now more than ever.
By the end of 2025, Soar will be reaching every Transition Year student in Ireland with our World Leading Early Intervention Character Building Program.
Thank you to everyone on the ROKCC Team and YOU for fundraising and taking part. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you sincerely for cycling for Cúnamh Iveragh Respite Home Project. Cúnamh Iveragh is a group of parents, families and friends of people with intellectual disabilities living in the South Kerry area. Our present urgent need is a local Respite Service and with your wonderful help and support this will become a reality. The Respite Service will be of huge benefit to both us parents and our children. If you need any support in your fundraising, please email email@example.com or phone Evelyn on +353 (87) 654 8804, Teresa on +353 (87) 955 2747 or Adrian on +353 (86) 601 9990.
Thank you for supporting the ROKCC and its charity partners, it is truly appreciated. The ROKCC is a registered charity in Ireland (CHY 18641) and its primary purpose is organising the annual Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle and also the forthcoming 2021 “170km My Way” cycle event and importantly raising much needed monies for its charity partners, which we have been doing since 1982, raising nearly €16m for 160 charities. The ROKCC is a volunteer led charity that facilitates other registered charities in raising monies for their various projects via cycle events. Our target for 2021 is to have 15,000 cyclists participating in the “170km My Way” event and raise over €1million for our very worthy charity partners. Please support us in achieving and hopefully surpassing this target. If you have any queries or need any support in your fundraising, please email Garry Galvin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for selecting The Alzheimer Society of Ireland as your charity to support while you take part in the 170km My Way Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle. The Alzheimer Society of Ireland is the leading dementia specific service provider in Ireland. We work across the country in the heart of local communities providing dementia specific services and supports and advocating for the rights and needs of all people living with dementia and their carers. We also operate the Alzheimer National Helpline offering information and support to anyone affected by dementia on 1800 341 341. Read more about our essential services here:
Supporters like you help ensure we can keep up this important work and support the 64,000 people living with dementia in Ireland! If you need any support in your fundraising, please contact Jarlath in the fundraising team on email@example.com
Thank you so much for signing up to the “170km My Way”, alternative Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle, and for selecting Breakthrough Cancer Research as your chosen charity. Breakthrough Cancer Research is an Irish cancer charity, focused on research and education with a particular emphasis on cancers with a poor prognosis. 50 years ago, breast and prostate cancer survival rates were less than 50%. With research funding, they’re now over 85%. However, today some cancer survival rates are still less than 10%. That’s not a number we’re prepared to live with. With better treatments for all, we won’t have to.
Breakthrough facilitates excellence in research by bringing scientists and clinicians together to discover and develop new effective treatments for patients in Ireland, Europe and Internationally. By joining our team you’re helping our mission to make more survivors.
The funds raised from this year’s cycle will help to fund a very promising research programme in UCC to deepen understanding of the role bacteria are playing in cancer tumours, and to help make more personalised and effective treatments for patients. It is part of a wider national strategic research programme called Precision Oncology Ireland.
If you need any support in your fundraising, please contact Eoghan O’Sullivan, Campaigns Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +353 (21) 422 6655.
Aware undertakes to create a society where people affected by stress, depression, bipolar and mood disorders are understood, supported, free from stigma, and are encouraged to access appropriate therapies.
The three pillars of Aware’s work are information, education and support. Aware’s message is one of hope: recovery is possible. Visit www.Aware.ie
Registered charity number 20013189
Thank you for joining the Irish Heart Foundation team for this year’s “170km My Way” alternative Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle. Anne, Clodagh and many more will be on hand to support you with this challenge, and you can contact us by emailing email@example.com. Thousands of people rely on the Irish Heart Foundation as they navigate life with a chronic condition; some may have heart conditions while others have had a stroke. From one-to-one support, providing exercise classes, counselling, and information booklets, or advocating for improved patient services, we are there every step of the way. Every donation helps more people in Ireland to live longer, healthier lives. We are so grateful for your support and will be in touch soon to see if we can help you on your journey.
Thank you for choosing Ard Chúram Day Care Centre, Listowel as your designated charity. We are a voluntary body in the throes of building a new purpose-built day-care dementia centre – total cost is €I M approx. We hope you consider fundraising on our behalf as this is a major project for a small organization. If you have any queries or need any support in your fundraising, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancer Care West is a registered charity ( CHY 11260) providing community based practical and emotional support services to anyone whose life has been affected by a cancer diagnosis throughout the west and northwest of Ireland, supporting patients from Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim, Galway, Roscommon, Clare and Donegal.
Our vision is that no one will go through cancer alone.
Our residential facility, Inis Aoibhinn located on the grounds of UHG provides accommodation to cancer patients travelling from the west and north west to Galway for Radiotherapy treatment in the hospital. Inis Aoibhinn has 33, twin bedded rooms where each patient can stay with a family member or friend, for the duration of their Radiotherapy treatment, usually 6-8 weeks. The lodge consistently operates at almost 100% occupancy levels and accommodates approximately 330 patients a year and provides over 8,500 bed nights a year for patients and their family members.
Cancer Care West’s two Cancer Support Centres located in Galway and Letterkenny provide professional practical, psychological and emotional support to patients and their families during and after their cancer treatment. The centres are staffed by clinical and counselling psychologists, oncology nurses and a number of professionals with expertise in cancer care.
Our Centres offers information, counselling, peer networking, practical classes and therapies free of charge for patients and families from all over the west and northwest of Ireland. Our team of psychologists, counsellors, oncology nurses and cancer support specialists provide support to adults, families and children throughout their cancer experience. The centre is open five days per week and you can drop in without an appointment. All series are also provided online.
All our services are free of charge.
Thank you for choosing to cycle for St Francis Special School, your efforts will help us to achieve our goal to buy our very own School bus! We need a bus to help each and every one of our pupils to experience every day situations and social experiences which are extremely difficult for many of our students on the Autistic spectrum as well as catering for our wheelchair dependent students. Follow our students as they join you and do the Ring of Kerry “170km My Way” their own way through our social media pages. If you need any support in your fundraising, please email email@example.com
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for choosing Down Syndrome Kerry as your charity for this year’s “170km My Way” alternative Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle. We intend to use any money raised to provide a Work Skills programme that has been designed to provide training to young adults with Down Syndrome in order to assist them in gaining meaningful employment. It will also go towards keeping our other essential services such as Speech & Language & Occupational Therapy active for our younger members. Your fundraising and support is vital in helping us make this a reality for all of our members. To get in touch with us, please contact Shirley on +353 (66) 710 3804 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cover 170km... cycle, run, walk or roll... in a day, a week or a month... between 3rd June and 3rd July... Save and change lives.
Our aim at CUH (Cork University Hospital) Charity is to provide a wide range of life-changing and life-saving equipment, facilities and services for patients in CUH & CUMH, covering a region of over 1.1 million people across Munster and beyond.
Major trauma involves complex injuries that have the potential to be life-changing or life-ending, amounting to around 1,600 patients in Ireland every year.
Cork University Hospital (CUH) is the only Level 1 Trauma centre in the country due to the presence of over 40 different medical and surgical specialities on the campus. Access is predominately through A&E.
All funds from the 170km My Way Alternative Ring of Kerry Cycle event will go towards the A&E department helping our mission of “Saving and Changing Lives”.
In April 2021, it was announced that CUH will be the only designated trauma centre outside of Dublin. It is believed this designation and necessary investment could reduce mortality rates from critical injury situations by as much as 30%.
Cork University Hospital’s Emergency Department (CUH ED) is now the busiest in the country seeing over 65,000 patients per year. These could be anything from being airlifted in following a road collision, an agricultural accident, a simple fall in the home for an older person, a marine incident, a broken bone for a child or a patient requiring a thrombectomy following a stroke (only available in CUH outside of Dublin and can reduce the death rate from stroke by half and almost doubles the rate of recovery to complete independent living).
We appreciate your support and together we can continue Saving and Changing Lives.
Thank you for meeting the challenge and becoming a lifesaver. Banna Rescue is an independent lifeboat service responding to 999 or 112 marine emergencies in the Tralee Bay area. By supporting Banna Rescue you are helping save lives and protecting volunteers as they launch on daring rescues in the harshest of seas, anytime day or night. Because of your generosity Banna Rescue will be able to replace and modernise its lifeboat fleet. Our secretary, Brian Crean is here to help you through your “170km My Way” experience. You can contact him at email@example.com or 086 2083467. From all the team at Banna Rescue, thank you again and STAY SAFE.
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2021 “170km My Way” ROKCC Alternative Event
Terms and Conditions
The Terms and Conditions detailed below apply to all cyclists participating in the alternative charity cycle event known as the “170km My Way” event, organised and operated by Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle CLG (the “ROKCC”).
Those cyclists that had registered for the cancelled 2020 ROKCC event and opted to transfer their registration to the 2021 event, will now have their registratiion transferred to the 2022 ROKCC event which is due to take place on Saturday 2nd July 2022. Registrations are not transferrable between the annual ROKCC event and the 170km My Way event as both events are independent of the other.
All participants, by virtue of registering for the event acknowledges acceptance of and adherence to the Terms and Conditions set out hereunder.
1. You accept that the 170km My Way event is exclusively a recreational fundraising cycle for the benefit of various charities and not a race. You further accept that you must fully comply with all rules of the road whilst cycling and importantly, show respect to fellow cyclists and other road users.
2. The entry fee for the 170km My Way event is €35 per participant, plus post & packaging costs of €4.00 per T-Shirt and service fees of 3.5% on checkout. This will entitle you to participate and receive one free T-Shirt.
3. The 3.5% service fee is charged by our registration partner Njuko.com on the total cash balance i.e. registration fee, P&P, any donations made or additional merchandise purchases made during registration. This is paid directly to Njuko.com and covers payment processing costs and use of the Njuko.com registration platform.
4. Fulfilment of T-Shirt delivery will commence from Monday 17TH May 2021 and is subject to availability of sizes and stock. In this regard, in the event of supply difficulties or because items are no longer in stock, we reserve the right to give you information about alternative options and delivery dates.
5. Registration will open no later than 8am (GMT) on Saturday 1st May 2021 and will close at 8am (GMT) on Saturday 3rd July 2021.
6. You accept that the ROKCC does not decide on the cycle route for the 170km My Way event and the route(s) you choose to cycle is your sole choice and should be appropriate for your abilities as a cyclist.
7. The 170km My Way event commences on Thursday 3rd June 2021 and finishes on Saturday 3rd July 2021 and only distances cycled during this period will count towards your overall distance cycled.
8. You must abide by all government and public health advice regarding the Covid-19 pandemic in your jurisdiction, in particular social distancing, good hygiene practices and travel restrictions.
9. You agree to consider the risk of Covid-19 to you, your family, friends, colleagues and the wider general public before participating in the 170km My Way event and should you show any symptoms of Covid-19 whatsoever you agree not to participate until you have been given medical clearance to participate.
10. There is a strict NO REFUND policy regarding registration fees, noting that any surplus after expenses and reserve fund contribution, in accordance with good governance practices, will be distributed across our nominated charities.
11. All monies raised in the name of nominated charities will be classified as “Restricted Funds” and are due in full to the nominated charity.
12. There is a strict NO TRANSFER policy, thus you cannot transfer your registration to another cyclist nor can you transfer to / from any other event organised by the ROKCC.
13. You are fully responsible for your own actions whilst participating in the 170km My Way event and acknowledge that the ROKCC will not accept responsibility for your actions or that of any other participant, negligent or otherwise and furthermore the ROKCC will not accept any liability for loss or damages, consequential or otherwise caused by you or by any other participant in the 170km My Way event.
14. You agree, upon registration that you are physically and mentally capable of participating in the 170km My Way event.
15. For your own safety, you acknowledge that the bike you are cycling for the duration of the 170km My Way event and any ancillary equipment is of a suitable standard and state of road worthiness and it is recommended that you should always carry a spare tube/puncture repair kit. Furthermore, you must wear a safety approved cycling helmet complying with latest EN1078, ANSI Z90/4 or SNELL standards at all times whilst participating in the 170km My Way event.
16. Each participant hereby grants to the ROKCC an exclusive, absolute and irrevocable worldwide assignment in perpetuity in the photographs /film /video /electronic representations and/or sound recordings of the participant obtained throughout the duration of the 170km My Way event, from whatever source. Each participant further grants the ROKCC the right to use and publish such content in any and all media. The participant hereby releases the ROKCC from any and all liability from such use and promotion.
17. You are expected to respect the environment at all times and not to drop or leave any litter on any part of the route(s) you choose to cycle. Such litter should be disposed of responsibly.
18. You accept that it is expressly forbidden to use the 170km My Way event to fundraise for charities other than those nominated by the ROKCC and specified on the Njuko.com and iDonate platforms for the 170km My Way event.
19. Each participant hereby understands and acknowledges that all fees/donations, charity pledges and any associated costs, paid to the ROKCC and/or to nominated charities are non-refundable under any circumstances including but not limited to injury, illness, weather related or Covid-19 restrictions.
20. Each participant hereby understands and acknowledges that personal details must be provided to the ROKCC to facilitate registration for the 170km My Way event. This includes name, address, email address, telephone contact number, date of birth and payment details.
21. Each participant hereby understands and acknowledges that personal details will be shared by the ROKCC with your chosen charity, who will use this information for communication (using channels such as email, text, phone ) purposes related to my participation and my representation of that charity in the 2021 170km My Way alternative event organised by the ROKCC, including any fundraising activities on their behalf.
22. Each participant hereby understands and acknowledges that personal details will be shared by the ROKCC with Run My Event Ltd T/A RW Sports in order to complete contractual merchandise fulfilment i.e. delivery of T-Shirt.
23. Each participant hereby understands and acknowledges that it is their responsibility and obligation, if they register another person to inform that other person of the Terms & Conditions accepted on their behalf.
25. I have read, understood, accept and will adhere to the 2021 “170km My Way” alternative event terms and conditions as set out on above.
How to contact us:
If you have any questions about these Terms and Conditions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the Organising Committee, Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle CLG, Allman House, 19/20 Allmans Terrace, Rock Road, Killarney Co. Kerry, V93 PW01.