Cycling Without Age Scotland is a not-for-profit organisation and the core of our ethos is that every ride is free of charge. No-one pays for a Cycling Without Age Scotland trishaw ride: this is all about service for the community by the community.
To maintain that approach, we are of course completely dependent on financial support. We receive invaluable support from the Scottish Government, demonstrating the outstanding commitment it has made to this project and the benefits it brings right from the start. We have also been delighted by the grants and donations we’ve already received from a wide range of organisations and individuals – from major corporations and national initiatives/programmes to schools and belly dancers! You can see who they are in the Our Supporters section of this site.
Unfortunately, the need doesn’t go away, especially as we grow. So, if you feel that you could donate to this life-enhancing and life-changing activity, please do get in touch with us and we’ll discuss how your donation might be used and make all the necessary arrangements. Just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01324 467 272
If you, your family, friends, colleagues or fellow members of a social group want to support us and, at the same time, achieve your own goals and rise to new challenges, the range of fundraising activities in which you can take part to do this is almost endless.
From bake-offs, fetes, fairs and sewing-b’s to walks, rides, mountain-climbing, abseiling and music and art challenges, this is a fantastic way to enrich the lives of many people who, simply through age or mobility issues have to contend with severe restrictions, whilst you have fun, fulfilment and a great sense of achievement.
Again, if this is of interest, please do get in touch and we’ll discuss with you your ideas and the support we can give. Just e-mail us at email@example.com or call us on 01324 467 272.
Donating the funds for or towards a trishaw is genuinely a life-changing gift. It can be made even more special by naming the trishaw in someone’s honour.
John McNally MP, his sister Rosa Deerin and his great niece Olivia Deerin, with the trishaw “Rosa”.
It was named to celebrate John’s and Rosa’s mother who was its first passenger.
And if you or a relative are considering how you might want to create a lasting memory to live on after you, or in memory of a loved one you’ve lost, a legacy in support of a Cycling Without Age Scotland Chapter or trishaw or the Cycling Without Age Scotland organisation itself is a terrific way to do so.
It will support many, many people over decades to come and is, of course, a symbol of happiness, of joy and of helping others.
(Pictured above) Norman Ridley and his daughter, Lorna , with the trishaw named with love in memory and honour of wife and mother Mary.
(Pictured right) Denny and Dunipace Chapter Captain Ken McLean and trishaw Stellanor on COVID-19 delivery duties! The trishaw was donated in memory of two much-loved ladies, Stella and Eleanor.
If this is of interest, please do get in touch and we’ll discuss with you how you go about this, the support we can give and how you can specify the use of your legacy
Just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01324 467 272 to get the process started.