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NIpac24Cycling for NIPANC

PPs Mark and Ivan joined Team Oasis and Team NIPANC respectively to cycle, in total, 480 miles in 48 hours around Northern Ireland.

PP Mark cycled the Ballywalter to Ardglass leg and PP Ivan the Belfast to Portaferry leg.

 Support if wished can be made
here for Team Oasis and here Team NIPANC

This major fund and awareness-raising fixture, born in 2023 has now become an annual team fixture for NI's only local pancreatic cancer charity NIPANC which has its roots in a group of people affected by pancreatic cancer coming together for support and to raise funds to promote better diagnosis and treatment for future patients.

Raising Voices

Raising VoicesJohn Rea urges members, family and friends to attend Raising Voices - an unmissable event, organised by Ten Foundations, supporting JCI's Housing Project (see below).

He notes "with 1000 tickets to sell, your support would be greatly appreciated. It will feature an evening of powerful performances by the Belfast Rock Choir and Sophie French - please note the choir title is deceiving in that they don't perform specifically rock songs, more popular classics that are well known across all ages!

Tickets £16pp (£10 under 15) - Click here to book tickets

In addition to the music, there will be:

  • a raffle with great prizes and a tombola with even more great (and fun!) prizes and surprises
  • a coffee stall and bar, tantalizing Filipino food and
  • market stalls with unique finds from local vendors

The event will raise funds for the Ten Foundations Housing project and the theme of the evening "Brick by Brick," highlights their commitment to the housing project in the Philippines aiming to build homes and futures one brick at a time - every ticket sold and donation received will go towards building homes and futures for families in need that benefit from the livelihood programme in the Philippines. JCI Belfast have agreed to sponsor one mother's new house at a cost of £10k.

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