Virgin Money Giving competition winners

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We know how amazing our fundraisers are, so we like to thank them for all the incredible work they do and reward them with some special treats.

In the month of May, we ran a competition to give one Nightrider a £250 boost to their fundraising page. Nightrider is a unique way to see some of the country’s biggest cities; by cycling them at night! This competition was won by Graeme Stoten who is fundraising for the charity Motivation, a charity which aims to help children with disabilities in low-income countries. Well done to Graeme who took part in Nightrider last weekend.

Every month between February and June 2016, we are upgrading one lucky RideLondon-Surrey 100 cyclist with our BeSpoke Experience competition. Every single donation to a Prudential RideLondon-Surrey fundraising page gets you one entry into our exclusive monthly prize draw. May’s winner of this competition was Jeff Ashton who is taking on the challenge for Asthma UK after his wife was hospitalised before being correctly diagnosed. A huge good luck to Jeff!

Another monthly competition is the Royal Parks Foundation half marathon exclusive upgrade which was won this month by Joanna Mackenzie. Joanna has struggled with Rheumatoid Arthritis since childhood and decided that, now as a mother to twins, it was time to “take [her] disease by the horns” and so is fundraising for NRAS. Well done Joanna and good luck with the half marathon when it comes.

Finally we’d like to say well done to the 10 winners of the Aberdeen Kiltwalk Boost competition. Each of the below walkers have won a £200 donation to their Virgin Money Giving page.


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