On September 13th, 145 cyclists took part in the Prologis 100 – a charity cycle ride organised by property company, Prologis UK. Now in its ninth year, the annual event has raised over £260,000 to date for a wide range of charities, including LandAid - the charity that works to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
This year, thanks to the generosity of shirt sponsors and riders, Prologis was able to donate £10,887 to Land Aid and a further £10,887 to Trinity Specialist College - a Further Education day placement centre, based in Sutton Coldfield, providing up to a 48-week provision for students with learning difficulties, challenging behaviours and/or disabilities and Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC).
“This event relies on the support and generosity of our riders and sponsors and it’s so rewarding to watch the number of participants and monies raised grow year on year,” said Paul Weston, Regional Head of Prologis UK. “Cycling and charity work are a real passion for many people who work within Prologis UK and, by combining the two and involving our agents and supply chain, we can really make a difference to the lives of young people and the charities who work to support them.”