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.

In December 2021, the Sydney Muslim Cyclists (SMC) will embark on yet another charity ride to raise much needed funds for the poverty stricken communities in Lebanon.
This campaign, SMC aims to raise $15,000 to purchase medication for the countries’ hospitals, medical centres and those experiencing poverty.

This comes off the back of SMC cycling from Sydney to Canberra (2017), Sydney to Entrance (2018), Sydney to Kiama (2019) and Sydney to Wollongong (2020) and Sydney to Bowral (early 2021) where SMC raised over $100,000 for the people of Burma, Syria, Palestine, Tanzania, Malawi and regional Indonesia for various causes.

This year SMC will once again cycle over 100km from Sydney’s Lakemba Mosque, through the pristine Royal National Park and over the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge to Wollongong to raise urgent funds for the poor people in Lebanon who have been crippled by the recent Covid-19 pandemic and deteriorating economy. Many communities in Lebanon are struggling to place bread on the table let alone afford lifesaving medication, so your donation will go a long way to helping the poor have access to medication that may save their lives which we have easy access to here in Australia.
SMC has once again partnered with their major sponsor and trusted local NGO Human Appeal Australia to deliver this campaign to much needed hospitals and families across the globe.

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