We need your support...

All 32 cyclists will be riding more than 300 miles from York to Pompey in order to raise as much cash as possible for eight charities. We are willing to do the hard work, and all we ask you to do is sponsor us. So please click on the link below and give us whatever you can spare.

We, and the charities we are supporting, will be very grateful.

Please use the links below to support our team

We accept donations via JustGiving or PayPal.
Please note, If you are an eligible UK taxpayer, JustGiving can reclaim Gift Aid on behalf of PITC under the UK government's Gift Aid scheme.
This enables us to raise more money, at no additional cost to you


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Who we're supporting

We have chosen seven local Portsmouth charities and worthy causes to support this year. We have also asked York City FC to nominate a charity cause close to their hearts. All money raised will be divided equally between the eight organisations

The Elizabeth Foundation

We facilitate early diagnosis for babies and pre-school children with all degrees of deafness and provide comprehensive educational and support services for them and their families.
By doing so we enable these children to develop their listening and spoken language skills, as well as build their self-esteem and give parents the confidence and knowledge to make informed decisions on behalf of their child.

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Harbour Cancer Support

Based in Gosport, Harbour Cancer Support gives practical and emotional support to anyone who has been affected by cancer, whether they are someone who has been diagnosed with the disease or their family, carers and friends.
The service offers a safe haven overlooking Portsmouth Harbour for people to spend time in a calm environment, where trained staff and volunteers are on hand to listen, give advice and help in finding information.

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Jack’s First steps

In May 2012 Jack was diagnosed with spastic diplegic Cerebral Palsy, and has to wear a lycra suit for his posture, have splints to help with his balance, and use sticks or a walker to move.
The only chance he has of walking unaided is by having a specialist operation, which is only available in Missouri. His parents are fundraising the £66,000 to get him there and pay for the procedure, equipment and rehabilitative physiotherapy.

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Sam’s Haven

Set up by Paul and Louise Merrick after their son Sam spent many happy holidays at Haven Holiday Park in West Sussex, Sam’s Haven provides respite breaks for terminally or chronically ill children being treated at Portsmouth’s Queen Alexandra Hospital.
The charity raises money constantly throughout the year to pay for the caravan’s upkeep and fees, and to provide four to five day breaks for up to 15 families a year - more, if fundraising allows.

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Kitbags & Berets

Kitbags & Berets is part of the Alzheimer’s Society, and it is an activity group that specifically helps former service personnel live with dementia.
The Portsmouth group enables like-minded people to get together and share their experiences in a relaxed environment at the John Pounds Centre, such as veterans with dementia, their family, carers and friends.

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To be confirmed

We have asked York City FC to nominate a charity cause close to their hearts, as we wanted the ride to connect with their local community also.
We will update with more details when we have confirmation...

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Pompey in the Community

Formerly part of Portsmouth Football Club but now a stand-alone charity which retains close ties to the club.
PITC’s ethos is simple - to get people moving, to promote health, and to contribute to educational standards across the city.

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Pompey Supporters’ Trust

As well as being the majority shareholder in Portsmouth Football Club, the PST supports a number of fan groups and initiatives. Money raised through the York2Pompey cycle ride will be used to fund a number of PST-led specific community projects that use Fratton Park and the football club as a focal point.

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Two of the projects benefitting from our fundraising in this area will include the Disabled Supporters’ Association and the Pompey Pals project.
 
DSA: The money will be used on practical ways to help and assist disabled supporters attending matches at Fratton Park 
Pompey Pals: To help fund a series of projects and events commemorating the battalions of soldiers recruited from around Fratton Park who served in World War One.