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About 70,000 adults and children in the UK may have Polycystic Kidney Disease or PKD - life-threatening inherited conditions that can cause renal (kidney) failure and affect other organs in the body.

We support those affected, their families and carers. We raise awareness and fund research.

Find out more about PKD.

SUPPORT LINE

0300 111 1234

Nightrider Glasgow - 22-23 Jun 2019

Category
Cycling
Date
Saturday, 22nd June 2019 - Sunday, 23rd June 2019
Telephone
07715 664687
Email
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About Nightrider

We are delighted to announce that Nightrider will be back in Glasgow for the second year in 2019! Once again, two routes are available to you with a choice of a 100km or a 50km ride. The routes are circular and will start and finish in the same place.

This fun filled charity cycle ride is about taking on the challenge and seeing the sights. It's not a race and it's not timed.

The route takes in many of the Glasgow highlights. You see the well-known sights, as well as some hidden treasures. It really is a unique way to explore this fantastic city.

Full support, back up and regular break stops are provided throughout the night, and a well-earned breakfast and medal at the finish.

Register here.

What fundraising support you can receive

We’re here to get involved with your fundraising as much or as little as you would like. We can support you with:

  • Welcome pack with fundraising tips to get you started
  • PKD Charity training t-shirt
  • Help with promoting your fundraising through our Facebook page and Twitter

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone on 07715 664687 for a support pack.

See our Fundraising A-Z for more ideas for raising money.

 
 

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PKD Charity is a Member of

  • Fundraising Regulator Website
  • Visit PKD International website
  • Visit Ciliopathy Alliance website
  • Visit the Genetic Alliance UK website
  • Rare Disease UK Website
  • Specialised Healthcare Alliance Website
  • FEDERG Website
  • Visit EURORDIS website