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Saigon Children’s Charity (SCC) today announced the 15th running of the Saigon Cyclo Challenge! Since its inception in 2001, the Cyclo Challenge has raised almost $700,000 to support disadvantaged children and young adults in Vietnam, with over 21,000 participants from different companies taking part during that time.

Mr Tim Mullett, Chairman of the Organising Committee and Director of SCC, announced “It is very exciting to be celebrating the Fifteenth Anniversary of this iconic HCMC community event, which is now older than many of the kids who we support! The funds raised over the years have enabled SCC to help thousands of disadvantaged children get a fairer start in life. Come and enjoy a fun day out for a good cause!”

The Saigon Cyclo Challenge continues to represent an excellent opportunity for companies to build team spirit and motivation, entertain clients and staff, and demonstrate their commitment to corporate social responsibility.

This year, for the first time we are proud to be holding the event, at and with the support of, Celadon City, Son Ky Ward, Tan Phu District, from 0730-1300 on Sunday 22nd March.

  • Tickets are FREE for EVERYBODY, and give access to some free food and drinks as well as a lucky draw
  • Cheer on the racing, including fun team activities, with live commentary from our MCs and celebrities
  • Enjoy cheerleading, a team parade, live music performances, plus lots of activities for children
  • Shop at the Flea Market featuring hand-made products from local producers
  • Relax at the green, shady and tree-lined venue, just next to all the facilities of Aeon Mall.

We are also proud to announce the presence of Diem My, a famous actress, model and MC to act as our Event Ambassador. We hope you will join her in her determination to help raise funds and support for disadvantaged children and young adults in Vietnam.

We would also like to give very special thanks to our Event Sponsors, without whom this could not take place:

  • Caravelle Hotel
  • Celadon City
  • Crown
  • Giant
  • Hitachi Asia (Vietnam)
  • Hoang Long - Hoan Vu JOC
  • Murphy Oil Corporation
  • Pizza Hut
  • Yan News

Tickets for the event are available from 12 March to 21 March, and can be collected from the Saigon Children’s Charity office (59 Trần Quốc Thảo, Dist. 3), The Caravelle Hotel in District 1, The Bike Shop (250 Nguyễn Văn Hưởng, Thảo Điền, Dist. 2),  Boomerang Café (107 Tôn Dật Tiên, Dist. 7) or at the event on the day. Tickets are free but donations are encouraged.

About the annual Saigon Cyclo Challenge

Since 2001, the Saigon Cyclo Challenge, organised by Saigon Children’s Charity and the business community, has brought sport, entertainment and fun to thousands of people each year. Over the past 14 years, the purpose of the Cyclo Challenge has remained the same: to raise funds for SCC and the children they support. Thanks to the participation of the business community in Vietnam as well as participants at events, the annual Cyclo Challenge has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to help children in Vietnam escape from poverty through education.

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