Monday, 8 July 2013

Chantelle cycles 100 miles for Maternal Health in Rwanda

Not content with climbing Kilimanjaro in aid of Shyira Trust, now Chantelle Winstanley has taken on another challenge to support Maternal Health in Rwanda.

On 4th August, she will be jumping on her trusty two wheels and taking to the streets of London and Surrey for her first road cycling sportif - the London-Surrey 100 - ridden over the course of the Olympic road race. As a novice cyclist, she sees the prospect of this huge event as both exciting and daunting!

And if 100 miles of pedal power isn’t exciting enough, the week after the race she’ll be heading out to Rwanda to learn, share and work as a midwife with the people of Shyira. She says "I feel extremely privileged to be visiting the community to see first-hand how this small charity has transformed the lives of the people in this part of Rwanda".

Like all visitors travelling to Rwanda on behalf of Shyira Trust, her trip is self-funded on a voluntary basis. Every penny raised by Shyira Trust goes to the intended project, with no deductions - no rents, no rates, no salaries - just 100% commitment to the most vulnerable in Rwanda. All funds raised will be used for projects supporting maternal health and midwifery in Rwanda - for instance, paying for safe deliveries, or paying for the training of a midwife.

Your donation can help to save lives, and continue to improve the state of maternal health in Rwanda, so please be generous. A little goes a long way in Rwanda: it cost about £2 for a normal delivery and £20 for a Caesarean section.

To make a donation, please follow this link: www.bmycharity.com/chantellecycles100

Thank you for your support

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