Donate

Wheels for All relies on donations and fantastic local fundraising events. Find out how you can support the valuable inclusive cycling work we undertake.

The valuable community work we do wouldn’t be possible without the help of public donations from our supporters and local fundraisers. If you want to get involved raising money for the Wheels for All charity, please use the links below.

Fundraising support

If you’re planning a fundraiser for your local Wheels for All Centre or Pedal Away scheme, or for the national charity, please let us know. We can provide you with logos, promotional materials, media templates and website links.

To get started, email hello@wheelsforall.org.uk.

What is my donation worth?

No matter how small, each donation to Wheels for All means we can carry on providing cycling opportunities.

  • £5 gives a person a Wheels for All experience.

  • £50 goes towards cycle training sessions for children with special needs.

  • £500 pays for a new Wheels for All centre tricycle.

JustGiving

Many people raise funds through JustGiving. You can see the current leaderboard on this page.

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Our latest fundraising news

A big thanks to Zed Creative from Cycling Projects

Posted: 16 July, 2021

We want to say a big thank you to Susie Carini and her colleagues at Zed Creatives based in Dorking, Surrey. Zed Creatives works with customers to …

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Join the free My Prudential RideLondon charity event

Posted: 7 August, 2020

My Prudential RideLondon have set four challenges for fund raisers, and you can take part on bikes, scooters, wheelchairs, skateboards, or anything …

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Help Cycling Projects win the Movement for Good award

Posted: 23 May, 2020

£1,000 could make a big difference to the work we do. That’s why we’d be really grateful if you could nominate us in the Ecclesiastical Movement for …

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Join the 2.6 Challenge

Posted: 23 April, 2020

With major fundraising events currently postponed, or cancelled, charities like us need extra help to make sure we continue to provide community …

We are recruiting!! Kingston Wheels for All co‑ordinator

This exciting role will focus on creating regular inclusive cycling opportunities for disabled …

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We are recruiting in Lancashire and Cheshire for Wheels for All staff

From May 22 to April 23 14 hours per week – salary: £7360 (£18,400 FTE) The role of the Wheels for …

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