Whether you decide to make a one-off donation, pledge a monthly gift, or support us in another way, we promise that your donation will be used to help support programmes in Africa that enable life-saving healthcare to reach rural communities using reliable transport.
Funds are transferred directly to us along with any Gift Aid reclaims (for UK donations) which may apply. We can accept donations from anywhere in the world but all donations will be taken in the British currency pounds sterling. The donation will appear on your bank account in your local currency.
DONATE BY POST
We accept cheques if that is how you'd prefer to donate.
Two Wheels for Life c/o Karen Jordan,
1st Floor, 236 Gray's Inn Rd,
Make cheques out to 'Two Wheels for Life'.
Share your story - If there's a story behind your donation that you'd like us to know about or share by letter as above or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can thank you properly or share your story to inspire others.
Other ways of giving
Individuals, organisations or funding bodies can make a substantial difference to the the lives of those in rural Africa by offering larger scale financial support and partnering with us on particular projects. We're also looking for business partnerships and event sponsors. Please contact us to discuss the possiblities at email@example.com.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY AND SUPPORT
Experience MotoGP™ and save lives in Africa. Day of Champions is when the stars of MotoGP™ come together to help support the official charity of MotoGP™-Two Wheels for Life. It’s a great day out for the whole family and includes access to the Day of Champions auction, live music and stunt displays. This year's event is booked in for Thursday 24th August 2017.
To buy your tickets, and be part of the action, from Tuesday 25th April 2017 at 10am, please visit:
Our event on 1st September 2016 was fantastic - seeing the stars of MotoGP™ take to the stage alongside the faces of BT Sport and Two Wheels for Life’s co-founder Randy Mamola. Fans had the opportunity to bid on signed memorabilia and also heard how the riders prepare for the weekend ahead. Read more