Ride Reigate

Carrie's Home Foundation.


"We raise funds for organisations that help people break the cycles of poverty and homelessness."


Ride Reigate - Ride With Us

Date: Sunday, 7th July 2019

Location: Reigate, Surrey

Minimum Sponsorship: £150 per participant or family

Have you already registered for Ride Reigate 2019? Or would you like to take part in the 25km family-friendly route? We’d love you to join our team who will be raising funds for Carrie’s Home Foundation.


About Ride Reigate

This exciting cycle event is brand new for Surrey this year and is organised by Run Series, the award-winning team behind the Intersport Run Reigate and British Airways Run Gatwick. Ride Reigate starts and finishes at Reigate College. Set at the height of summer, there couldn’t be a better time to get on your bike and challenge yourself before enjoying a celebratory beer courtesy of Pilgrim Brewery!


Ride With Us

Carrie’s Home Foundation are proud to be putting together a team for this event and we are looking for more riders to join us.

As part of our Ride Reigate team, you will receive:

  • A Carrie’s Home Foundation Ride Reigate cycle vest
  • An invitation to our exclusive team welcome event. The event will be held in Reigate (date and venue tbc) where you can learn more about Carrie’s Home Foundation, meet the rest of your team and get some helpful training tips from an expert
  • Plenty of support cheering you on at the event!

Want to Join Us?

We are asking for a minimum sponsorship of £150 per participant or family.

If you have already registered for this event, please contact us and we can arrange everything else.

There are still places available for the unique 25k family route. Why not enter with the kids? We’d love to have you on the team.

For more information on how to join the Carrie’s Home Foundation Ride Reigate Team, please contact us at hello@carrieshomefoundation.org

Support Our Team

Selection criteria


What we will fund

a. Fixtures and fittings to enhance living spaces for people in sheltered accommodation (examples include winter night shelters, a women’s refuge, half way homes).

b. Charitable organisations providing financial assistance to people facing or experiencing homelessness or poverty

c. Organisations providing food or clothing to help people facing or experiencing homelessness or poverty

d. Organisations providing support to people who are victims of poverty, abuse or addictions

e. Organisations providing support and advice to help people break the cycles of homelessness (including debt and addictions)


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