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Ride for Peace: Cyclist riding from Glasgow to London
Centenary Bicycle Ride for Peace is the flagship charity event for Centenary Celebrations of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK. The ride will be held from Sunday 1st June 2014 to Saturday 6th June 2014. Read More
AMYA London Regions: Collect for CLIC Sargent
Thursday 12th December 2013, members of AMYA London were called upon by their good old friends from CLIC Sargent to assist with the ITV's annual Text Santa: Big Bag Pack fundraising appeal held in Morrisons Camden store. Text Santa is ITV's annual charity... Read More
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Upcoming Events
MKA 10K London 2014
4th May 2014
The flagship event of the Mercy 4 Mankind charity challenge, is the MKA 10K. Last year the 10K run was held in the lovely surroundings of Willen lake in Milton Keynes, however this year the MKA 10K is back in London. Battersea Park was chosen as the perfect backdrop for this years event, perfectly situated in a location of London linking the multicultural central London with the local communities of Wandsworth, Chelsea and the whole of South London.

On the 4th May 2014, come down to Battersea Park and be a part of the most unique charity event you will ever find, helping to raise money for over 15 charities.
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MKA 10K London 2014: Battersea Park confirmed as Venue
MKA Bikeathon: Milton Keynes
TBC 2014
In 2013, the AMYA partnered with LLR (Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research) in jointly hosting the Willen lake Bikeathon in Milton Keynes. Together they raised over £20,000 for LLR. The event proved a huge success, so much so that LLR have now changed the name of the event to the MKA Bikeathon.

The Bikeathon will now be run solely by AMYA and we will of course continue to support LLR as the main beneficiary for the event.

Planning has already begun and this year we will be hosting the event with the support of our friends MK Dons FC. The event will potentially start and finish at the MK Dons state of the art stadium, so if you think you have the stamina, the guts, the skills and the desire to raise money for a truly worthwhile cause then step up.

More information will follow from the MKA Cycling Club.
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MKA Hike: Venue TBC
TBC 2014
The Hike is started a few years back and has since became a mainstay of the Mercy4Mankind calendar. The MKA Hiking club have arranged hikes up glaciers in the Alps and over the last couple of years have raised nearly £50,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support and British Heart Foundation.

This year, due to popular demand it has been decided that the challenge will be changed and now be a gruelling 3 peaks challenge. Ben Nevis, then Scafell Pike, then Snowdon, all in 48 hours. The highest mountain in the British Isles is Ben Nevis, located at the western end of the Grampian Mountains in the Lochaber Scotland. The main beneficiary for this year's event will be the British Red Cross.

Keep Check back here for more information from the MKA Hiking Club.
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MKA Charity Football Matches
Various Dates in 2014
AMYA endeavour to add more events each year in the Mercy4Mankind calendar. This year, planning is underway to arrange a series of football matches for charity.

Keep checking back more information.
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MKA Scotland 5K
10AM on Sunday 1st of June 2014
AMYA, in collaboration with Yorkhill Children's Foundation in Scotland, have managed and run the now famous Scotland 5K. Over the past 4 years this event has helped raise over £40,000 for Yorkhill Children’s Foundation, one of the leading charities in Glasgow.

Last year alone, AMYA helped raise in excess of £21,000, breaking any previous records for this event and this year in true AMYA fashion, we will endeavour to blast past the previous record set. This year the event will take place on Sunday 1st June 2014.

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AMYA Ride for Peace
1st June 2014
In the year 1913 the most dynamic and progressive Muslim community was established in the UK with the arrival of the first missionary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

Centenary Bicycle Ride for Peace is the flagship charity event for Centenary Celebrations of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK. The ride will be held from Sunday 1st June 2014 to Saturday 7th June 2014.

If you are an avid cyclist or just cycle occasionally, we have a place for you. Ride 100 miles a day for six days or just cycle 10 miles... it is up to you.
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Ride for Peace: Cyclist riding from Glasgow to London
Previous Events
MKA 10K Milton Keynes 2013
28th April 2013
Raised: £250,000
The 2013 Charity Challenge was held in the picturesque setting of Willen Lake Park in Milton Keynes, Hertfordshire. As was the case in 2012, the Charity Challenge was a multi-event enterprise, which consisted of a Run and Walk around Willen Lake, a sponsored Hike in the Alps, a separate Walk and Run in Scotland, as well as numerous other smaller events throughout the year.

2013 also saw the addition of a Bikeathon, held in conjunction with Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research (LLR).
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MKA 10K London 2012
28th April 2012
Raised: £240,000
The 2012 AMA Charity Challenge was held in the grounds of The Tower of London on Sunday 13th May 2012. Unlike previous years, this was a combined event of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association UK and all its auxiliaries.

Prior to the event, exhibitions were set up by AMYA UK as well as many of the supported charities. The UK Armed Forces had also set up an inflatable obstacle course which provided much entertainment to many participants.

One of the AMA's sponsored London Buses was also parked on the main concourse of the Tower complex overlooking the final straight of the moat.

In addition to the Run/Walk a separate event was held by AMYA Scotland in aid of the Yorkhill Children's Hospital and over 2 dozen members of AMYA took part in a sponsored hike in the French Alps.
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MKA 10K Royal Leamington Spa 2011
8th May 2011
Raised: £140,000
On 8th May 2011, the AMYA UK held its Annual Charity Challenge in the town of Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. AMYA was generously given the use of the Pump Room Gardens to use as a start/finish point for the event. As an added attraction, the Gardens were transformed into a Festival-style environment, comprising stalls, fairground style rides for children as well as exhibitions from our sponsored charities. A giant TV screen was also hired for the event, displaying video clips introducing guests to AMYA as well as interviews with local dignitaries.

The race was started by the Vice President of AMA UK, following some introductory words by Councillor Robert Cunliffe, the Mayor of Leamington Spa.
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MKA 10K Windsor 2010
9th May 2010
Raised: £164,000
On 9th May 2010, the AMYA held its Annual Charity Challenge in Windsor, Middlesex. The Run and Walk took place in Windsor Great Park and the final prize giving session was held at the prestigious Beaumont House Hotel.
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Humanity First
Humanity First is a UK based charitable trust established to promote and safeguard the preservation of human life and dignity. It is a non-political, non-sectarian international relief and development agency that works with communities around the globe to improve the quality of life for some of the world's poorest and most vulnerable people.
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Great Ormond Street Hospital treats more than 90,000 patients each year; children who are suffering from the rarest, most complex and often life-threatening conditions. They receive the best medical care that money can buy, but the NHS funding cannot meet these ever-rising costs, and that's where the hospital's charity, GOSHCC, steps in.
Lukaemia and Lyphoma Research
Leukaemia Research was established in 1960 and is still the only national research charity devoted exclusively to leukaemia, the lymphomas, myeloma, aplastic anaemia, myelodysplasia, the myeloproliferative disorders and the related blood disorders in both children and adults.
British Heart Foundation
The British Heart Foundation is the nation's number one heart charity, dedicated to saving lives through pioneering research, patient care, campaigning for change and by providing vital information.
Barnardos
Barnardo's is a British charity founded by the Irish Doctor Thomas John Barnardo in 1866, to care for vulnerable children and young people. Based in Barkingside in the London Borough of Redbridge in East London, the charity works with disabled children, victims of sexual abuse, mental health problems, homeless children, and children and young people affected by HIV and AIDS.
CLIC Sargent
CLIC Sargent was formed in 2005 after a successful merger between CLIC and Sargent Cancer Care for Children. Sargent Cancer Care for Children was founded in 1968 by Sylvia Darley OBE as a lasting memory to the late Sir Malcolm Sargent and CLIC, Cancer and Leukaemia in Childhood was founded in 1976 in the south west by Bob Woodward following the diagnosis of his young son Robert with cancer two years before. CLIC Sargent is the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, providing clinical, practical, financial and emotional support to help them cope with cancer and get the most out of life.
Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability
Founded in 1854, and set in picturesque grounds in Putney, the Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability are the oldest independent hospital and medical charity in the UK. Balancing traditional practice with specialist therapies and life changing technologies, our work makes that vital difference to the lives of profoundly disabled adults with acquired brain injuries and degenerative neurological conditions such as Huntington’s disease.
MacMillan Cancer Research
Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer. One in three of us will get cancer. We are all affected by cancer. We can all help. We are Macmillan.
NSPCC
The London Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children was founded in 1884. It changed its name to The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) in 1889. Its aim then was to protect children from cruelty, support vulnerable families, campaign for changes to the law and raise awareness about abuse. Today, the NSPCC looks very different, but its purpose remains the same: to end cruelty to children.
Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion has been helping Service people past and present for 90 years, and although their needs have changed over that time the need for our work is as vital as ever. We spend nearly £1.4 million a week carrying out our support services, and our services are lexible and wideranging. From helping a young widow through an inquest to ensuring that an older veteran can stay independent in their own home, we’re here to help.
Royal National Institute for the Blind
Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is the leading charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people with sight loss. We have practical ways to help you live with sight loss. We've got advice to help you travel, shop and manage your money and finances independently.

RNIB is an organisation of blind and partially sighted people, passionately committed to ending the isolation of sight loss. We campaign and carry out research on the issues that matter to you.
Save the Children
Save the Children fights for children in the UK and around the world who suffer from poverty, disease, injustice and violence. They work with them to find lifelong answers to the problems they face.
Yorkhill Hospital
Yorkhill Children's Charity provides and supports excellence in paediatric, obstetric and neonatal healthcare enhancing the treatment, care and wellbeing of children and their families through The Royal Hospital for Sick Children at Yorkhill and other hospital and community based services both nationally and internationally.

From a broken arm to end of life care, from simple play activities to innovative medical equipment and ground breaking paediatric research, our driving passion is to fund initiatives that help to save or improve the life of a child and by association positively affect the lives of their family.
Previous Sponsors
Duel Services
Duel Services offer a complete range of residential and commercial services, from the simplest of home repairs to the most complex of commercial and industrial plumbing. We are available in West London, Kensington, Chelsea, Hammersmith, Fulham, Richmond, Twickenham, Westminster, Croydon and basically anywhere within the M25.
The Milton Keynes Sports & Education Trust (MK Dons SET)
The Milton Keynes Sports & Education Trust (MK Dons SET) is a dynamic and progressive organisation that is committed to promoting a healthy and active lifestyle in Milton Keynes and beyond.

MK Dons SET aims to:
- to advance and assist in advancing education
- to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation and other leisure time occupation in the interests of social welfare and with the object of improving the conditions of life for those for whom the facilities are provided
- to promote or assist in promoting community participation in healthy recreation
- to relieve sickness and disability and to preserve and protect health
- to promote any other purpose which is charitable according to English law.
Salt and Vineger
We are the new Fish in Town located in the Heart of Stevenage... The High Street. We offer only the best fish; pan fried, seared with our range of Speciality Fish's we're providing the town with food that will hook onto to your taste buds.
Specsavers
Specsavers was founded in 1984 by Doug and Mary Perkins, who started the business in their spare bedroom on a table-tennis table. The couple had moved to Guernsey after selling a small chain of West Country opticians. In the early 1980s the UK Government deregulated professionals, including opticians, allowing them to advertise their products and services for the first time. They seized the opportunity and opened their first Specsavers, value-for-money, quality eyecare opticians in Guernsey and Bristol, followed shortly by stores in Plymouth, Swansea and Bath. They aimed to offer a wide range of stylish, fashionable glasses at affordable prices for everyone. They wanted the company to be seen as trustworthy an optician as a local independent but with the huge buying power of a national company that meant savings could be passed on to the customer.

The company continues to expand. From just two staff working at that table-tennis table, there are now more than 500 based at Specsavers' headquarters in Guernsey and around 26,000 worldwide. The company has more than 1390 stores across the Channel Islands, UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, Spain, Australia and New Zealand.
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