Cyclist raising funds for ICPCN

Please support Nikky Goozee who is taking part in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 46 on Sunday 4th August in aid of the International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN). She will be cycling along a 46 mile route beginning at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London finishing at The Mall by Buckingham Palace. She will be joining thousands of other riders in completing the ride and raising money for charities such as ICPCN.

The International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) is a global network of organisations and individuals and the only international charity dedicated to securing the right of the 20 million children worldwide living with incurable, life-shortening and life-threatening conditions to receive palliative care. ICPCN’s vision is that all children living with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families will have seamless access to palliative care in order to alleviate serious health-related suffering and enhance their quality of life. We do this through Communication, Advocacy, Research, Education and Strategic Development.

Nikky is a retired GP and now supports people in need by working with various UK Charities and is looking forward to the challenge of riding the 46 miles to help improve the access to palliative care for children throughout the world, who presently have no help at the end of their lives.

Please support Nikky by donating via Virgin Money or PayPal or in order to support the ongoing development of children’s palliative care globally.

Thank You

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