We believe that it is important to support good causes worldwide, mainly cycle-related, through direct donation or support with products and equipment.
Endura has recently supported the setting up of two night schools for the children of Burmese migrant workers in conjunction with BMWEC, the Burmese Migrant Workers’ Education Committee.
We also made a substantial donation in March 2013 to Action Aid UK to provide help for Syrian refugees.
Further information here (PDF Document)
In November 2013, we made a donation to ActionAid to help the people of the Philippines affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
Update: Since May 2014, ActionAid have been working with their partners to continue supporting affected communities to rebuild their lives and become stronger in the face of disasters in the long-term. So far, we have supported 16,325 people through:
In 2015 and beyond, ActionAid aims in the Philippines include:
We support several national charity partners covering a number of different causes. We select these partners to fit with our business, including Marie Curie Cancer Care, as suppliers of products for their cycling events.
Some of the more recent bike ride events that we have supported can be found in our blog section Well done to the riders for their efforts, and thanks for sending us the photos of your rides!
The total amount raised in 2014 from events supported by Endura has reached an impressive £393,000!
Endura are long-term sponsors of the Braveheart Fund, whose aim is to raise funds to help young Scottish racing cyclists fulfill their potential.
We produce a range of cycling kit which you can purchase online to help promote the Fund and a proportion of each item sold goes directly to the Fund.
We also provide prizes and auction items for the annual Braveheart Cycling Dinner which raised over £30,000 in 2014.
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