Hotties 100 - Ride for a Reason

$2,090 donated
Given by 40 generous donors in 7 weeks

100 Women cycling 100km - Riding for a Reason to support Unicorn Foundation NZ


Hotties 100 are Riding for a Reason. This is a group ride of 100 women cycling 100km around Auckland on Sunday 3rd July.

Hotties 100 are supporting Unicorn Foundation NZ who support and advocate for patients and families affected by Neuroendocrine Cancer, (NET Cancer).

NET Cancer affects the messenger cells of the body, which means it can start anywhere and affect anyone, at any age. It is more common than brain, ovarian or cervical cancers and every day another New Zealander is diagnosed.

We are fundraising to bring life changing treatment to NZ. Currently our patients have to self fund and travel to Melbourne to receive their cancer treatment which costs over $50,000.

We hope to change this, but we need your help.

Please support the Hotties as they 'Ride for a Reason'. Your donation will make a difference to thousands of New Zealanders and their families affected by NET Cancer.

About us

Neuroendocrine Cancer NZ (formerly Unicorn Foundation NZ) is a registered charity provides support and information to patients, families and medical professionals involved in the treatment for Neuroendocrine Tumours (NET Cancer).

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Richard on 05 Jul 2016
Cheryl Mackinnon
Cheryl Mackinnon on 04 Jul 2016
Knew ride would be a great success!!
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 04 Jul 2016
Deane on 04 Jul 2016
Carly on 03 Jul 2016
Awesome ride, awesome cause.

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This campaign started on 7 Jun 2016 and ended on 31 Jul 2016.