Karma Cares is hitting the ground running – or rather cycling – this year as the lead sponsor for the upcoming All Roads Lead to Rome charity bike ride that’s taking place in the lead up to the Six Nations Italy v Scotland match on March 09. The fundraiser is in aid of Scotland rugby legend Doddie Weir’s Foundation, which raises funds to support efforts to find a cure for Motor Neurone Disease (MND)
We are inviting Members to take part in an online cycle from Perth, Western Australia to Rome – a distance of 13,331km – calling at some Karma Group resorts along the way… we’re extending an open invitation to our diverse community of Members to participate in any way that suits them best – Whether you prefer swimming, jogging, or simply walking – we encourage you to contribute to this noble cause in a manner that aligns with your fitness preferences! Send through screenshots or simply email your Karma Concierge teams with the information.
We’ll be providing weekly updates on all your significant impact towards the fundraising efforts for Motor Neurone Disease research.
Alongside the online cycle challenge, we’re also putting together a team of Karma Ambassadors to take on the final leg of the race, from Karma Borgo di Colleoli in Tuscany to the Piazza Navona in Rome (a mere 365 miles!), arriving on March 08 for some celebratory pre-match drinks.
On Karma Group’s side, we are hoping to raise a total of at least £13,331 – and we’d love you to be a part of our effort! If you’d like to learn more, please follow the link for more information on how to get involved and help this amazing fundraising effort.
Happy cycling and see you in Rome.
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