MSF at the Discovery 947 Ride Joburg
#CycleWithoutBorders at the Discovery 947 Ride Joburg – formally known as Telkom 94.7 Cycle Challenge - this year taking place on 17 November 2019 at Riversands Commercial Park.
Why you should cycle for MSF
MSF goes where the need is greatest, be it a natural disaster, war, an exodus or to assist people excluded from healthcare. Your #CycleWithoutBorders will see your contributions go to emergencies as soon as they occur, allowing MSF to react and give quality care to those who need it most.
How to enter
- Secure and pay for your entry of R 1200 per person at www.cyclechallenge.co.za
- Contact Kgothatso.email@example.com to join the team
An entry fee of R 1200.00 is required to secure your spot. This fee includes the following:
- MSF-branded cycling vest,
- water bottle
- drawstring bag
R 500 of your entry fee will go towards the above listed merchandise. The remaining R700 is your generous contribution towards providing emergency medical care around the world to people in need.
Reach out to your family, friends and colleagues to fundraise a minimum of R1000. If you ready to smash records, challenge yourself to raise even MORE! You will be provided with a link to GivenGain where you will create your own profile under Doctors Without Borders. You can use that link to share with your networks to ask for donations.
The entries to buy your own ticket for the 947 Ride Joburg close on 4 October 2019. Entries for the Doctors Without Borders team close 30 September 2019.
It is highly recommended that you partake in events prior to the 947 Ride Joburg that are over 90km and are timed by a Racetec. A Racetec is used for timing. One will automatically be allocated to you upon online registration if you do not have one.
At the core of our work is a commitment to independence, neutrality and impartiality. These ideals have driven every aspect of what we do since MSF was established in 1971. Through this event, you can continue to help us maintain our independence from political, economic and religious powers to ensure the decisions we make are based solely on medical needs.