Prudential RideLondon - Surrey 100
3-4 August 2019
Saddle up for Team MyBnk and take on an epic 100 mile ride with the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100. Join 26,000 other cyclists and experience the iconic London 2012 Olympic Race route with the added incentive of raising money for good causes.
This year MyBnk is looking for 17 cyclists for the Sunday 4th August 2019 event.
Secure your place today with our entry fee of just £40 when you pledge to raise a minimum of £500 in sponsorship for MyBnk.
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Vitality 10k - London
27th May 2019
Straight through the heart of Central London, the Vitality 10k run starts and ends at St James’s park, taking in some of the capitals most iconic sights.
MyBnk is looking for five runners for the May Bank Holiday race on Monday 27th May 2019.
We ask for just £10 for registration and a minimum of £250 in fundraising. Secure your place today.
Already have a place? If you were lucky enough to get a place through the organisers we would still love to welcome your support, and this means you can set your own fundraising target.
Along with completing an amazing challenge event, you will directly help provide expert-led financial education to young people; empowering some of the UK’s most vulnerable young people to make sound financial choices, avoid unmanageable debt and live independently
Young Civil Servants from Whitehall’s Fast Stream Team powered through a 24 hour Spinathon to raise money for MyBnk.
Prudential Ride London
A team of lawyers, surveyors, bankers, entrepreneurs, educators and students cycled nearly 1,000 miles of Olympic race track to raise money for MyBnk
"Working with MyBnk allows me to feel confident that social change is happening. We get to input into the little changes as well as the big ones and transform young people's lives for the better."
"Being at MyBnk makes me wonder why there was not a programme like this at my school- it’s fun, interactive and memorable! Working here lets me actively be a part of an important change in improving young people’s lives."