While LifeCycle strives to support renal patients both from an equipment and research aspect, there are some things money just can’t buy.
One way out of kidney failure is organ implantation. While this process is in no way plain sailing, it is the patient’s best chance to live a more normal life. For this to be possible there need to be people generous enough to become organ donors.
Becoming an organ donor is a life-saving decision that can be a ray of hope for people in otherwise bleak situations. If you feel to help others in this way one can register as an organ donor online by clicking here.
Today was the official launch of the 2017 Foster Clark LifeCycle Challenge ‘On The Tribal Trail‘ to take cyclists through Kenya and Tanzania from Nairobi to Dar El Salam. This will be LifeCycle’s 19th challenge are very excited to have the support of Foster Clark’s as title sponsor. Applications for next years’ challenge are also […]
Since 1999 LifeCycle challenge has anually taken cyclists on adventures that push them to their very limits in aid of renal patients and research. We have been everywhere from NewCastle, to Syria, to Zambia in deepest Africa, so where to next? Surely we must be running out of options by now? Not even close. We […]
Read about a cyclist’s experience last year in Zambia! LifeCycle Challenge – always a great challenge! Do you have what it takes for another challenge this year? [Source: http://www.haydon-news.co.uk/issues/current.pdf, pp 18-19]
So that’s it. LifeCycle Foundation’s 18th challenge ‘Zambia, The Smoke that Thunders’ has come to an end, and what a ride it has been. LifeCycle has always prided itself on being one of the most extreme challenges, certainly locally and surely somewhere at the top internationally. This year has been no exception. The cyclists took on […]