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Sunday, 28 April 2013

F1 Pit Building

With Dover Park Hospice (DPH) once again one of the official beneficiaries of the OCBC Cycle Singapore in 2013, avid cyclists can again participate in the thrilling race and support a worthy cause at the same time!
In the Business Times Charity Challenge (39km) on 28 April, cyclists can choose to sign up in teams of four or as individuals and pledge their donation to Dover Park Hospice by clicking on the Dover Park Hospice logo when prompted to select a charity.
To register a team of four or as an individual, the participants must first sign up via www.simplygiving.com and make the assigned donation via their fundraising platform. Teams of four are required to make a minimum donation of SGD 3000 alongside their registration fees, while the minimum donation for individual entry is SGD 750.
Upon receiving the donation, Simply Giving will issue the team or individual with a registration code which they then use to register on our event website and make no further payment.
Participants in the Business Times Charity Challenge will enjoy special on-site hospitality before and after their rides, while a number of prizes will also be up for grabs.
Participants who register for other ride categories in the OCBC Cycle Singapore 2013 can also raise funds for Dover Park Hospice through www.simplygiving.com.
Registration for OCBC Cycle Singapore 2013 is currently open and will close at midnight on Monday, 1 April 2013 or sooner should the maximum capacity be reached.
For full event details, please visit www.ocbc.cyclesingapore.com.sg.
Dover Park Hospice will be represented by a team of cyclists in the Business Times Charity Ride to raise funds for the hospice as well as awareness for palliative care in Singapore.
Made up of Dover Park Hospice’s clinical and administrative staff, a volunteer and a family member of a former Dover Park Hospice patient, this Dover Park Hospice Sunflower Cycling Team represents the different groups of people who work closely together to take care of the terminally ill in Singapore.  
While they may not be expert cyclists, with more than one of them likely to suffer from muscle aches by the end of the race, the Dover Park Hospice Sunflower cyclists are all prepared to sweat through the grueling 39km to promote the noble hospice cause.
Support their brave efforts by donating at their fundraising page here!