Are you ready to join
My Prudential RideLondon?
This year, we’re still celebrating Prudential RideLondon with a virtual event. Better still, it’s free to enter!
Get on your bike, scooter or trike and fundraise for us – help us be here for children.
We’d love you to be a part of it – just follow these three simple steps:
Visit myridelondon.co.uk and select your challenge. There are three cycling distances to choose from, or you can invent your own wheeled challenge over 1km.
Set up your fundraising page in aid of the NSPCC and let people know you’re supporting us so they can sponsor you.
Set your wheels in motion and complete your challenge anywhere, at any time, over the weekend of 15 and 16 of August! You’ll also be able to track and share your challenge on the interactive app – this is coming soon.
Shoot for a target
We know that those who set a fundraising target raise 46% more!
Why not set your target to your RideLondon distance? How far are you cycling?
- 19-mile ride
£19 could pay for Buddy posters for 475 classrooms, to help them remember Buddy and the messages they’ve learned in the assembly, to speak out and stay safe.
- 46-mile ride
£46 could pay to answer at least nine calls to the NSPCC hellpline from adults with concerns abotu a child's welfare.
- 100-mile ride
£100 could pay for a trained practitioner for 4 hours, supporting parents and families in caring for their children.
- Free cycle
Whatever your challenge and whatever your fundraising target is, you’re helping us make a huge difference to children’s lives at this difficult time.
As the world is changing daily, so is the way people are fundraising and asking for sponsorship. We’re here to help you think of fundraising in a different and safe way during this time.
Did you know… Donations made via Just Giving and Virgin Money Giving are paid to the NSPCC once a week. This means that we can put every donation to use immediately – so we can continue to be there for children.
Here is our handy guide to how you might reach your target during lockdown (and have fun at the same time!)
- Online pub quiz - £100
You don’t need to be at your local to hold a quiz, get online and use a video conference platform to host one instead. Ask individuals to donate in return for taking part.
- Hold an online class - £100
You may be a teacher, fancy yourself as a fitness guru or can teach a musical instrument. If not why not reach out to friends and family to host a class on your behalf.
- Have a clear out - £150
Having a big sort out is great during anytime of the year. Sell your unwanted clothes and accessories online to rack up the cash.
You can also click here for our top tips on how to share your fundraising page during lockdown!
More ways to support us
With schools closed and when home isn't a safe place for every child, many children have nowhere to turn for help. We’re still here for children. Will you be there too?