TUCO 100 Cycle Challenge for the Chair's Charity

Matthew White

£2,565.95 raised towards our £5,000.00 target.
Help us reach our goal!

Mary's Meals is the charity chosen by the TUCO Chairman to receive our support in 2017 through the Charity Bike Ride and Cupcake Challenge. We are grateful for the generosity of our members, partners and suppliers which enables us to support the excellent work of this charity in providing meals for schoolchildren in the poorer nations of the world.

The TUCO 100 Cycle Challenge will take place on Sunday 23rd July in which the riders will complete the 100 miles from Manchester to Nottingham. Only £13.90 will feed a child for an entire year! Thank you from everyone at TUCO for your generosity and support.



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4 donations and counting

£2,400.75 donated by Mike Haslin on 7 June 17

“This money was raised at the TUCO Competitions Gala Dinner. Thank you everyone for your kind donations and good luck to all the cyclists, see you at the start line and hopefully the finish line too!”

£20.00 + £5.11 gift aid donated by Helen Anzani on 6 June 17

£10.00 + £2.58 gift aid donated by Laura Haslin on 31 May 17

“Good Luck Everyone! A great cause”

£100.00 + £25.35 gift aid donated by Matt White on 31 May 17

“Thank you to all our brilliant cyclists, supporters and fellow donators. This is a cause I am very passionate about thanks to all our #TUCOFamily ”

Learn more about Mary's Meals

Mary's Meals is a global movement that sets up school feeding projects in some of the world's poorest communities, where hunger and poverty prevent children from gaining an education.

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