Why not put your efforts to good use by using the event to support a charity?
The Covid crisis has been devastating for charities …and we will work with charity partners on RtN 2021 to try and assist just a tiny bit with efforts to bounce back from such difficult times. You can bypass the entry system by going direct to any of our charity partners. They will all be grateful for any support you care to offer.
Over the past 9 years RtN participants have raised a total of £2.1m for charity. In 2021, we have a number of partner charities with protected places for riders who wish to support them. The terms and conditions for use of these places is determined by the charities involved. If you can offer your support, everyone listed below would be delighted to hear from you.
Friends of Neuro Ward – bringing communities, healthcare professionals and government together to spread the word about the impact of neurological injuries and disorders throughout the North East of Scotland. Contact Shona Gossip via firstname.lastname@example.org
Sbina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland – Seeking to increase public awareness and understanding of individuals with spina bifida and / or hydrocephalus and allied conditions.Contact Chantel on 03455 211 600 or at Chantal.Carr@sbhscotland.org.uk
Alzheimer Scotland – Providing a wide range of specialist services for people with dementia and their carers, including personalised support services, community activities, information & advice. For more info on 2021 places contact Sarah Cheung on 0131 551 9355 or via email@example.com
Maggie’s Centres – Providing free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their family and friends, including centres in Inverness & Aberdeen.
Sue Ryder – Sue Ryder Dee View Court is Scotland’s only specialist neurological care centre. We care for people aged between 18 and 65 living with long-term and degenerative neurological conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington’s Disease, Motor Neurone Disease, as well as acquired brain injuries through things such as road traffic accidents or a stroke.
SensationALL – Based in Aberdeenshire and providing multi-sensory experiences for children and adults with disabilities, multiple support needs and their families. Contact Lisa Grainger 01224 746699 firstname.lastname@example.org
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland – Improving the quality of life for people in Scotland affected by chest, heart and stroke illness. See https://www.chss.org.uk/supportus/fundraise-for-us/events/ride-the-north/ for more details Contact Oliver Middleton via email@example.com
Archie Foundation – Making the difference for local sick children when they are in hospital or require long-term medical treatment. Providing training and equipment, specialist staff, child-friendly environments, and support to families. Please get in touch with Emily on 07825706257 or Emily.firstname.lastname@example.org
Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance – SCAA currently operates two helicopters (from Perth & Aberdeen) and one rapid response vehicle – taking expert paramedic care to the scene of time-critical emergencies, whether it be on a road, in a field or at someone’s home. SCAA then transports patients to specialist hospitals to receive the most appropriate advanced care. If you can support SCAA contact Nick Harvey on 07493 455 774 or email@example.com
Befriend A Child – Supporting school-aged children who are growing up in and around Aberdeen in troubled and disadvantaged circumstances. Contact Bethany Hogg via firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01224 210060
Guide Dogs – Making a difference through mobility, campaigning and research.
Kayleigh’s Wee Stars – Providing financial support to families based in Scotland where there is a child with a terminal diagnosis. Contact Tracey Morris on 07808 211565 or via email@example.com
Charlie House – Engaging in activities and projects which support children in NE Scotland with complex disabilities and life limiting conditions. Contact Donna Deans 01224 313333 firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of Anchor – serving oncology and haematology patients throughout the North-east of Scotland, including Orkney and Shetland. Investing directly into research, equipment and wellbeing within the Foresterhill Health Campus. Contact Carly Munro on 01224 859016 or via Carly.Munro@friendsofanchor.org