Mayo Pink Ribbon Charity Cycle - 300k Your Way
Mayo Pink Ribbon Charity Cycle - 300k Your Way

Started 1 Mar 2021, by Mayo Pink Ribbon

Cycle, run or walk 300k and take in the stunning beauty of County Mayo, exploring its magnificent landscape and rich heritage while raising vital funds for The National Breast Cancer Research Institute.

Mayo Pink Ribbon Charity Cycle - 300k Your Way
Mayo Pink Ribbon Charity Cycle - 300k Your Way

Cycle, run or walk 300k and take in the stunning beauty of County Mayo, exploring its magnificent landscape and rich heritage while raising vital funds for The National Breast Cancer Research Institute.

Started 1 Mar 2021, by Mayo Pink Ribbon

Mission details

From: Wild Nephin Ballycroy National Park
To: Keem Bay, Achill
How:

 

MISSION STATISTICS

GOAL

DISTANCE: 300.0km

TIME: 91Days

Distance
75%
Time
100%
Fundraising
84%
REMAINING
73.4km
0Days
COMPLETED
226.7km
324Days
FUNDRAISING GOAL
€54,534
of €65,000

MISSION LEADERBOARD

See how everyone has been contributing to the mission.


FUNDRAISING INFO

When we embarked on the Mayo Pink Ribbon - '300k YOUR Way' we were very nervous. Hosting a virtual event was, and still is, new territory for us and we didn't know how it would go down with you, our supporters. With this in mind we set our fundraising target for €30,000, which was lower than other years, but we felt was ambitious for these new times. However, yet again, you have embraced Mayo Pink Ribbon and this new virtual event.
6 weeks into our campaign we have already reached this target of €30,000! A HUGE and sincere thank you to everyone who has helped us get here. We are going to be brave now and increase our target. We are going to aim for €65,000 - this is the amount we raised in 2010, our first year of fundraising. It would be so fantastic if we could do this again.

Mayo Pink Ribbon has been raising vital funds for Breast Cancer Research at the National Breast Cancer Research Institute at NUI Galway since its inception in 2010. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in Ireland. Through continued support of research in the areas of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure we aspire to a future where a breast cancer diagnosis is no longer so frightening. Over the past 11 years we have raised over €1.14 million through our annual cycle and other events. We are so grateful for your continued support. It is so important and will really make a difference to the lives of so many.

Without money there is no research; without research there is no cure and without your help there is neither.

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€54,534 raised since 1 Mar 2021.

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Ann McDonnell

5.6 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Garmin (7,328 steps)

Ann McDonnell

0.6 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Garmin (fenix6sSport)

Ger Murphy

5.1 km

6 Jun 2021

via Strava

Ann McDonnell

21.1 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Garmin (fenix6sSport)

Anna king

2.6 km

6 Jun 2021

via Strava

Kevin Dunleavy

50.7 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Garmin (edge530)

Ray Malanaphy

75.6 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Garmin (edge1030Plus)

Stephanie Heneghan

5.0 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Garmin (GarminSwim2)

Anna king

2.1 km

6 Jun 2021

via Strava

Anna king

5.5 km

6 Jun 2021

via Strava

Anna king

2.1 km

6 Jun 2021

via Strava

Michael O'Donnell

29.6 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Strava

Stephanie Heneghan

4.8 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Garmin (6,789 steps)

Damien Glackin

12.6 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Garmin (14,718 steps)

Elaine McGreal

13.7 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Garmin (17,795 steps)

Sadhbh caverly

14.7 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Fitbit (20,623 steps)

Paula Moran

12.7 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Fitbit (6,613 steps)

Shauna Feerick

12.7 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Fitbit (15,569 steps)

Liam Naughton

13.1 km

 (0.0km applied)

6 Jun 2021

via Fitbit (14,510 steps)

Caitriona Kelly

1.8 km

6 Jun 2021

via Fitbit (2,639 steps)



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