In view of the Covid-19 Pandemic and to ensure the well being of every participant and support crew, the committee have deliberated and decided to postpone Charity Bike ‘n’ Blade 2020 to 3rd – 5th September 2021.
Cyclist registrations and fundraising for our two beneficiaries (St Luke’s ElderCare and The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home) will remain open in the interim.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause you and would like to thank you for your ongoing support.
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In the meantime, please take care of your health and stay safe. Thank you and God bless all!
Charity Bike ‘n’ Blade 2020-21 Organising Committee
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I qualify for the ride?
A: Every cyclist is required to raise $1,500 to qualify for the ride. You may wish to ask for your family and friends to make a donation in support of your efforts to ride for charity. Fundraising is ongoing from now till 3rd September 2021.
Q: If I have donated sometime in calendar year 2020, will my tax deductions be taken into account for year 2020 or 2021?
A: All donations made on or before 31 December 2020 will be recognised for tax deductions for the year 2020.
Q: If I have reached my qualifying amount of $1,500 but will be unable to make it for Charity Bike ’n’ Blade 2021, what should I do?
A: All donations made to Charity Bike ’n’ Blade 2021 are non-refundable. Please ensure to inform your supporters if you are unlikely to ride at Charity Bike ’n’ Blade 2021.
Q: Who are we raising funds for?
A: The two selected beneficiaries are St Luke’s ElderCare and The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home.
St Luke’s ElderCare delivers a full range of integrated services and programmes for our elders including maintenance day care, day rehabilitation, dementia care, nursing care, home care and residential care. St Luke’s ElderCare offers these services through 23 senior care centres islandwide and a 189-bedder nursing home (opening in May 2020).
With a capacity of 395 beds, The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home provides compassionate, individualized, holistic care to all without discrimination. Peacehaven offers a comprehensive gamut of services to care for the sick, frail and elderly who have physical or mental disabilities with minimal or no appropriate caregiver support at home.