A donation for Cycle For Hope motivates our cyclists, but most of all, it supports the good cause.
We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our fundraising campaign for Cycle for Hope (Run For Hope). Run For Hope is an association that is part of the King Baudouin Foundation, dedicated to assisting children with cancer and their families.
Through the REcycle2 MIPIM Challenge, we are fully committed to supporting Cycle for Hope in their mission to enrich the daily lives of young cancer patients. This involves assisting families, funding child development programs, and providing essential medical equipment and initiatives for pain relief. Our collective goal is to create a lasting positive impact on the lives of these courageous children.
Funds raised will contribute to crucial projects, including the “Beads of Courage,” allowing children and parents to symbolize treatment milestones. Contributions will also support a Sensory Trolley at the Centre Hospitalier du Luxembourg, creating a calming atmosphere during challenging treatments. Additionally, Cycle for Hope aims to fund an outdoor area at the King Albert II Institute, scheduled to open in 2025. This garden will serve as a genuine playground—a haven for relaxation, creativity, and observation for resilient children undergoing treatments.
Your active participation is crucial. Support your preferred cyclist or the entire cycling community by making a donation on our fundraising platform. Your contribution will not only make a significant difference but will also support other initiatives through the INOWAI REcycle2 MIPIM challenge. As the cyclists pedal to the finish, they will carry with them the knowledge that every donation helps make a positive impact on the lives of the kids affected by cancer.
We are grateful to the companies that have contributed to the development of the fundraising platform. Join us in welcoming 24 riders to the 7th edition of the INOWAI REcycle2 MIPIM Challenge.
Get ready for the adventure and consider supporting Cycle for Hope to positively impact the lives of children affected by cancer.