Fundraise for Newborns – Be Inspired to help the next newborn infant survive!
Our work to train nurses and doctors in newborn care and to provide lifesaving equipment is largely funded by men and women from all walks of life taking on incredible sports challenges to raise funds to help us prevent needless newborn deaths.
Our Cycle a Difference Vietnam Challenge Rides offer epic cycling, amazing scenery, towering mountains, cascading rice terraces and the warmth of Vietnamese hospitality. In three years 166 cyclists from around the world have cycled 144,000 km in Vietnam and raised over $700,000 link to three minute film about our work.
The VNG Ironman 70.3 Viet Nam in Da Nang is in its third year and thanks to the generosity of Sunrise Events Vietnam we have a charity entry for the ‘relay race’ Team Britain for Newborns & Team Vietnam for Newborns currently hold the title for both events and have raised many thousands of dollars http://youtu.be/b2gns3QWAPw. Enter a team or go solo at your local Ironman or Marathon event.
There are many ways that you can support our work from sports events, coffee mornings and quiz nights. If you need help with organising your event please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be delighted to hear from you. Your support is a vital part of our ability to continue our work, in Vietnam.
Cycle a Difference – Vietnam Challenge Rides
Asian Business Ride 2017
Our annual three day Cycle a Difference Asian Business Ride is a company ride for teams of two to four riders. A 500 km fully supported ride, fantastic scenery in the central highlands of Da Nang. The day 1 highlight is a ride through the un-spoilt jungle canopy on the Laos border culminating on Day 3 with a southern traverse of the Hai Van pass and on to a warm welcome from doctors and nurses at the Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children.
To enter a team in the 2017 Asian Business Ride, September 2017 click here link
Vietnam Challenge Ride 2018
Our bi annual, twelve day 1,600 kilometre cycle ride from Lao Cai to Da Nang is an amazing challenge with stunning scenery and the chance to experience everyday life in the remote north west of Vietnam and the warmth of the smiles of hundreds of nurses as the cyclists cross the finish line at Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children. On this adventure each participant will have cycled twice the height of Mount Everest and collectively cycled round the world totalling more than 48,000 km. Be Inspired to take the Cycle a Difference 2018 Vietnam Challenge Ride – watch our Cycle a Difference 2015 film we cycled Vietnam film To sign up for the 2018 Vietnam Challenge Ride.
Cycle A Difference Bespoke Rides
We offer bespoke cycling events for groups of individuals or companies from three to five days in central and northwest Vietnam, set your own fundraising challenge, for more information email email@example.com.
‘Everesting’ the Ultimate Cycling Challenge
The ultimate test of climbing for mountaineers is summiting Everest, the highest mountain in the world. For cyclists it is cycling the height of Mount Everest, 8,848 metres in one continuous cycling effort on one day on one mountain. In 2014 a Cycle a Difference cyclist, David Lloyd completed the first “Everesting” in Vietnam, the peak that he conquered is Ba Vi Mountain in the national park west of Hanoi to read more link to CAD Everesting page ‘Be Inspired’, organise an Everesting with fellow cyclists to raise funds for Newborns Vietnam and earn your place in the Everesting Hall of Fame. It takes a hellava lot of blood, sweat, and tears to bust your way into the hall of fame. But everyday in resource poor countries doctors and nurses face incredible challenges to save newborn lives.
Static Bike – Keep the lights Bright for Newborns
Set up a static bike challenge – here are two great ideas. A lunch time challenge – the 95 Minute Work Place Challenge – cycling as far as possible in 95 minutes. Break sweat and push your boundaries, this will be a small taster of the 95-mile/145 km + a day Cycle a Difference 2018 ride, a challenge of strength, determination and stamina to complete 995 miles/1600 km over 12 days.
Organise a ‘Bright Lights’ 24-hour static bike ride at your local hotel or bike shop to keep the venue sign lit by pedal power! The bike has a dynamo fitted that is connected to the venue sign that charges its lights once you start you can not let the light go out for 24 hours. Our Bright Lights event at the Caravelle Saigon raised many thousands of dollars, 23 cyclists participated and together cycled a distance of 942 km in the 24 hours. Check out our UK heroes Al & Deniz 24 hour turbo ride, youtube video at – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQEwlWigh2E.
Just Giving Page to fundraise for Newborns
Make your own JustGiving page linked to the Newborns Vietnam JustGiving website – like the Cyclothon fundraising page at http://www.justgiving.com/newbornsvietnam-team – or better! This is a great way to help you manage your personal fundraising for one of our Cycle-a- Difference Challenge Rides or for your personal event. You can share what you are doing and to send your own message to potential supporters.
It doesn’t cost you anything, and it allows people to donate online and by text and you can add any off line donations so they count towards your total. It shows you at a glance how much you have raised, it has lots of management functions, for example managing the gift aid and automatically thanking donors, and it links to twitter and facebook.
We will provide you with as much help as you want to personalize your page.
We can provide you with our logos and pictures, or if ‘IT’ really isn’t your scene – we’ll build the page for you! Just let us know what you want by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also publicise your event on Facebook or Twitter by creating an event page or sharing the link to your fundraising page.
Ebay for Newborns
Sell your unwanted possessions through eBay for Charity, and donate your chosen percentage of the proceeds.
As an eBay for Charity seller you can donate anywhere between 10 percent and 100 percent of your sales to Newborns Vietnam. See eBay for more information.
Don’t forget to nominate Newborns Vietnam as your beneficiary charity when you list your items. Then select the eBay for Charity box to set what percentage of the sale price you would like to donate to Newborns Vietnam and start selling today.
Give to Newborns while you shop!
Now you can support Newborns Vietnam as you shop with some of your favourite stores online, through Giving a Bit at no extra cost. Hundreds of great retail brands, including Sainsburys, Ted Baker, John Lewis, Amazon, Selfridges, Wickes and Marks & Spencer have signed up with Giving a Bit, the free service that helps our work just by signing up and purchasing items from your favourite brands’ own online retail sites via the Giving A Bit website. A stated percentage of the total purchase price is then sent to Newborns Vietnam.
It is free as Giving A Bit’s retail partners pay the service a commission every time a customer accesses their sites via Giving a Bit and then buys something. This commission sum is given to the chosen charity.
For more information visit or sign up here and start helping the next newborn infant survive to thrive.
Make A Donation
It is every parent’s dream to raise a happy and healthy child.
Newborns Vietnam is funded entirely from voluntary donations and your support will make a vital difference to the advancement of neonatal care and the help prevent needless deaths of newborns. Help us by donating now.
£4,000 could sponsor a place on the eight month neonatal nurse training programme, taught by Canterbury Christ Church University
£1,430 could sponsor a five week clinical placement at a UK NHS Hospital for a junior doctor
£640 could buy a Neopuff
£2,000 could buy an Oxygen Blender
£1,350 could buy a simple locally made CPAP device
£1,600 could buy a locally made infant warmer
You can donate now through our Just Giving page alternatively, if you would like to make a donation in a different form, please email email@example.com
For details of how to make a donation in Vietnam please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Text Your Donation
You can now also make a donation by texting Newborns Vietnam followed by the amount you want to give i.e. £1, £2, £3, £5 or £10 to 70070. For example: if you would like to make a donation of £10 please text ‘NWBV15 £10’. Donations can be made using any UK mobile network.