Working on a Cure Cycle 2016

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The third annual Working on a Cure cycle will take place on June 12th and we need your help to raise funds for a dedicated Research Nurse Network. 
This network will see a research nurse working closely with all the Rheumatology clinicians and health professionals to create a bio-bank of blood and tissue samples. 
This bio-bank will enable our scientists in UCD and TCD to work on research projects specific to the Irish population. 
Arthritis Ireland has committed €100,000 to fund this vital network and our Working on a Cure Cycle challenge has raised over €25,500 to date.

However we need your help.


 How Can You Help? 

1: Join our Team on June 12th and take part in the 100km cycle challenge around Wicklow. Register with the event organisers and then contact Arthritis Ireland to get your fundraising kit. You can email us or call our fundraising team on 01-661 8188 


2: Get a group of friends or colleagues together to take part as a team. We will send you everything you need to take part including a Limited Edition Working on a Cure Cycling jersey. Raise funds for the vital research nurse network and ask your company to match the funds you have raised. Contact our fundraising team on 01-661 8188 or email us for more information. 


3: Make a donation to the Working on a Cure Cycle challenge and help us reach our target of €100,000 which will fund this important network. Visit our donation page here. 


4: Sponsor Our Team - If you would like to sponsor our wonderful Working on a Cure Cycle team we would love to hear from you. By sponsoring our team, your company logo will appear on the team jersey and will be seen by thousands of cyclists who take part in the event every year. To sponsor our team jersey, contact Richard on 01-6470209 or email here today. 
 
 

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