Careys Foundation and Carey Group employees have set their sights on completing the toughest charitable challenge to date. The team will cycle almost the length of the UK, traveling over 900 miles from Wembley to Milton Keynes to Livingston and then finishing in Aberdeen. Employees across the Group’s regional offices will join forces, commencing on Monday 10th September to Friday 14th September.
The challenge will help raise funds for a selection of charities including Macmillan Cancer Support, Headway Milton Keynes, MIND and Prostate Cancer Research.
Careys Foundation supports worthy causes in the UK and Ireland; causes that Careys employees are not only passionate about but are involved in the communities they work and live in. Careys Foundation supports various charities every year and will continue to do so with the help of its employees, suppliers and clients.
A big thank you to all of our sponsors who have kindly shown their support towards this years' event:
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We would like to wish the team at Careys the best of luck on their 900 miles cycle across the UK and appreciate your effort in raising vital funds for charities such as Macmillan Cancer Support, Headway Milton Keynes, MIND and Prostate Cancer Research.
We are delighted to sponsor Careys Foundation for their upcoming cycling challenge. Best of luck to everyone taking part, from all at Donseed!
HZI is delighted to support Careys Foundation, the foundation is a worthy cause and directly benefits those within local communities. Hitachi Zosen Inova wish all of the participants and support team the best of luck on this exciting event.
We are delighted to be supporting Careys Foundation's Cycle Challenge for such worthy causes.
Best of luck to everyone taking part in the Cycle Challenge at Carey Group. FM Conway are thrilled to sponsor this great cause.
Groundforce is proud to support Careys Foundation's Cycle Challenge 2018.
he very best of luck from everyone here at Flannery. We hope all the hard work throughout your training pays off and wish you a trouble free ride up to Aberdeen.