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Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 FAQs

The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 will no longer take place on Sunday 16th August due to the current coronavirus pandemic.  

We understand this announcement will be incredibly disappointing to those due to take part – especially after all your hard work training and fundraising. We share your disappointment., but we respect and support this decision as your safety is paramount to us. 

If you were registered as part of  the Pancreatic Cancer UK team, we will be in touch with you, and as soon as we’ve received guidance from the organisers we will provide you with all the options available, and support you throughout.  

In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact us at fundraise@pancreaticcancer.org.uk

Message from Diana Jupp, CEO

'We were so excited to have been chosen as the 2020 Charity of Year partner for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100. And thanks to your support and dedication we were looking forward to having a team of over 350 cyclists proudly sporting the Pancreatic Cancer UK colours on 16th August, taking on the challenge to raise funds to help us expand our support services for people affected by pancreatic cancer now, and in the future.   

I too was taking part in RideLondon, and so can fully understand and relate to your disappointment.  I want to say a huge thank you to each and every one of you who chose to ride for Pancreatic Cancer UK, and reassure you that we’ll be with your every step of the way once we know the options available to you. Diana'   

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Do you have a question about the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100? Take a look at our FAQs below and we may be able to answer your question. If you don’t see the answer to the question you have, please call the events on 020 35350 7090 or email ridelondon@pancreaticcancer.org.uk.

You can also check out the official Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 FAQs on their website.

Registration:

Fundraising:

  • Your support in Prudential RideLondonSurrey-100 2020 will ensure many more of the 10,000 people diagnosed with the disease each year will have access to our vital support services, as will their loved ones.

    You will enable us to expand our nursing team and much needed Support Line, meaning families affected by the disease can get the information and support they need quickly and easily, and focus instead on spending precious time together.

  • Please complete the Fundraising Materials Order Form.
    If you have any problems, don’t hesitate to let the team know on ridelondon@pancreaticcancer.org.uk.

  • Your welcome pack and any other materials that you order will be with you within 2 weeks of ordering.

  • We know that committing to raising a specific amount can seem a bit daunting which is why we’re here to help every step of the way. If you have a place with us and are struggling with your fundraising then please get in touch on ridelondon@pancreaticcancer.org.uk. Our team has lots of experience with fundraising and can give you some great advice and tips.

  • Our fundraising platform partner is Virgin Money Giving. You can set up your online fundraising page via their website

  • If you have one of our charity places for the ride we kindly ask that you fundraise just for Pancreatic Cancer UK. This is because as a charity we purchase places in the ride and therefore we set a minimum pledge. We are here help you reach this. If you have any worries about reaching the minimum pledge please reach out to the team on ridelondon@pancreaticcancer.org.uk.   

  • If you have set up an online fundraising page:

    If you have an online fundraising page, such as Just Giving or Virgin Money Giving, donations made via your page will be automatically sent to the charity.

    If you have collected cash/cheques:

    Firstly, count the cash and deposit it into your bank account. We advise you don’t send cash in the post. Instead, you can send the donations to us in one of the following ways:

    - Donate via our website and give as much detail as possible as to the reason for your donation, how you raised the money and what the collection was for (e.g. an event held in memory of a loved one)
    - Call the Fundraising Team on 020 3535 7090 and we can take your donation over the phone.
    - Send a cheque payable to Pancreatic Cancer UK for the amount in the post to:
    Pancreatic Cancer UK
    6th Floor Westminster Tower 
    3 Albert Embankment 
    London SE1 7SP

    Please print and fill out our Remittance Form and include this with cheques and sponsorship forms you send in. This is a tremendous help to our team. If you have any sponsorship forms please include these in with the cheques.

    If you have any collection tins, buckets or fundraising materials that you are no longer using please post these back to us at the above address.

  • Your support in Prudential RideLondonSurrey-100 2020 will ensure many more of the 10,000 people diagnosed with the disease each year will have access to our vital support services, as will their loved ones.

    You will enable us to expand our nursing team and much needed Support Line, meaning families affected by the disease can get the information and support they need quickly and easily, and focus instead on spending precious time together.

  • We kindly ask that you submit all your fundraising (online and offline) 30 days following the event. 

  • We have a special in support of logo that we send out to fundraisers to use on any materials, e.g. posters, tickets or t-shirts you may produce for the event.

    Please email fundraise@pancreaticcancer.org.uk with details of your event and a member of the team will be able to help you. 

  • Pancreatic Cancer UK will be in regular contact with you via email, sms and phone throughout your RideLondon journey. You will receive fundraising tips, and training advice. There will be a team Facebook group where you can meet your fellow riders. There will also be the opportunity to come to a training day in the Spring of 2020. 

Events:

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) related questions