The Sydney Muslim Cyclists (SMC) have a firm commitment toward raising funds for those in clear need of assistance. In January 2018, the SMC were instrumental in raising $40,000 for the Tumut Hospital via the Tumut Cycle Classic bike ride. Their history with the rural community dates back a number of years, and the current plight of farmers is an important call to action for them.
Sunday March 22nd 2020, the Sydney Muslim Cyclists (SMC) will perform their annual charity ride to raise money for the orphans and displaced in war torn Syria.
This follows SMC’s ride in 2019 to Kiama and 2018 to The Entrance to build a school and multipurpose centre in regional Indonesia as well as in 2017 SMC rode to Canberra to raise money for the displaced in Burma, Syria and Palestine.
SMC alongside their major sponsor Human Appeal Australia in 2019 successfully raised $75,000 for the birthing unit of Bankstown Hospital as well as over $80,000 in 2018 for the drought relief.
Human Appeal Australia and SMC are eager to meet with many Syrian refugees at the finish line on March 22nd to share a bbq and socialize while also raising money to the displaced overseas.
Together we've raised so far: