Ring of Kerry Cycle May 8, 2016

Read time: < 1 Minute



July 2nd 2016
Ring of Kerry Cycle the event, now in it’s 33rd year, is the biggest one day charity fundraising event in Munster, attracting thousands of leisure cyclists who will experience a fun and rewarding day’s cycling, completing 112 miles of the spectacular Ring of Kerry, while at the same time fundraising for worthy Kerry based Charities.


To date the Ring of Kerry Cycle has raised over €10.2 million for Kerry Charities and we are proud that our Kerry Branch has been chosen as one of this year’s charities.





How money raised will be used:
We plan to use the funds raised to help improve the quality of life of renal patients and their families and to promote organ donor awareness.


Start Fundraising:
If you are participating in the Cycle you can set up an online Fundraising Page in a few quick steps. It’s easy to spread the word via email and social media, so you’ll reach more people, raise more money and get messages of support from your family and friends – good for motivation as you train / prepare for the event! All donations are sent directly to the IKA’s JustGiving account.
Want to get started right now?
Set up your personalised JustGiving Page and start fundraising for the Irish Kidney Association (Kerry Branch) by clicking on the button below.



If you are not taking part in the Cycle but would still like to show your support you can make an online donation via our Campaign Page.





Please Login To Join The Discussion Or Comment Via Facebook


Publish Comment Via Facebook



Related Posts


Staff only: Draft

The Gavin Glynn Foundation July 14, 2017

The Gavin Glynn Foundation is

Read More

Sky Dive For MS Ireland July 3, 2017


The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Ireland is the only national organisation working solely on behalf of people living...


Read More

Cross Country Cycle In Aid Of Tallaght Hospital June 26, 2017


Tallaght Hospital is one of the main teaching hospitals of the University of Dublin Trinity College specialising in t...


Read More