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Grant to Life Cycle UK (360G-QuartetCF-A475949)

As requested by the donor towards offering cycling opportunities to all for health and social and environmental change.


20 Mar 2018

Recipient Organization

Life Cycle UK (GB-COH-03836786)

Grant details
Amount Applied For 200
Amount Awarded 200
Award Date 2018-03-20T00:00:00+00:00
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code E06000023
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Type UA
Beneficiary Location: Name Bristol, City of
Grant Programme: Code DD-2017/2018
Grant Programme: Title Donor Directed
Impact Category Promote reduction of isolation and disadvantage and access to local services
Last Modified 2018-04-04T00:00:00+00:00
Primary age group All Ages
Primary beneficiary People with physical disabilities
Primary ethnicity All Ethnicities
Primary issue Sport and Recreation
Recipient Org: Charity Number 1077575
Recipient Org: Company Number 03836786
Recipient Org: Description Life Cycle UK is a Bristol-based charity that has been transforming lives through cycling since 1999. Cycling can be a fantastic agent for change: it improves physical and mental health, enables those on low-incomes to access jobs, the lonely to better engage with community life and young people on their journey to independence. Our award winning “Inclusive Cycling Projects” support people with disabilities, mental health illness, offenders, isolated older people and disadvantaged youngsters to improve their lives. We do this by providing affordable refurbished bikes, cycle skills training, community-led cycle rides – and training socially excluded people as qualified bike mechanics. We helped 4,169 people last year. Two of our projects feature in academic research as examples of cycling projects delivering wider social benefits and a ‘Social Return on Investment’ study by the University of Bristol found every £1 spent by Life Cycle results in £8.05 of social and health benefits.
Recipient Org: Web Address
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