Brookfield Place is gearing up for an important event that is creating much excitement around the community: SolarisCare’s Spin for Cancer fundraiser. This event is a 24-hour spin bike ride where teams and individuals can register to raise money for the SolarisCare Cancer Support Centres.
This event is a great way to bring the community together under a common goal. Almost everyone inmthe world is affected by cancer in one way or another throughout their lifetime, and raising money for SolarisCare is a great way to help those affected by the disease. Riding in the Spin for Cancer doesn’t just connect you to the community around you, but gets you further involved in making the community a better place overall.
The SolarisCare Spin for Cancer – a 24 hour spin bike fundraising event offers a fun team building opportunity where everyone can participate. No experience or minimum level of fitness is required, registrants can spin for as long or short as they like.
The event will be open from 12:00 pm on Thursday, April 21st to 12:00 pm on Friday, April 22nd2016. As stated above, the fundraiser will be held at Brookfield Place on 125 St Georges Terrace in Perth, WA.
Riders can choose to register their teams for 6, 12, or 24 hours; the 6 hour price is $300, the 12 hour price is $600, and the 24 hour price is set at $1,000.
There will be spin trainers provided to run formal spin sessions, massage therapists to provide relief to riders, and prizes given to the team and individual who rides the most kilometres.
“The Spin for Cancer is not only a great way for people to make a real difference in the community; it’s also a fun way to create a great team building experience where business groups get together in a philanthropic corporate environment ” says SolarisCare CEO David Edwards.
SolarisCare is a leading provider of integrative care for cancer across WA with four Cancer Support Centres providing free support services to all types of adult cancer patients and their primary carers.
SolarisCare Foundation has partnered with Goodlife Health Clubs, Brookfield Place, and Platform Communications to bring this event to the Perth community. All of the money raised directly benefits the Western Australian community.