Trail Day Details:

Hey everyone,

We've got some exciting news to share from Instil: we're embarking on a thrilling adventure that involves mountain bikes, challenging trails, and a heartfelt mission. We're taking part in a mountain bike ride to support "Disabled Sport NI," a charity that empowers disabled children in Northern Ireland to embrace the world of sports and physical activity.

Why We're Pedalling with Purpose:

At our tech company, innovation isn't just about technology; it's about making a difference in our community. By taking on this mountain bike challenge, we're putting our pedals where our hearts are, and we're doing it for a fantastic cause.

About Disabled Sport NI:

Disabled Sport NI is dedicated to breaking down barriers and helping disabled children discover the joy of sports. They provide vital support, equipment, and opportunities, ensuring that every child can participate and thrive.

How You Can Get Involved:

Here's how you can join us in this meaningful journey:

Donate: We've set up a fundraising page here, and every contribution, big or small, will help disabled children in Northern Ireland access the world of sports.

Spread the Word: Share our adventure on social media, inform your friends and family, and encourage them to contribute or get involved. Together, we can amplify our impact

Cheer Us On: Follow our training progress, the mountain bike ride itself, and the stories of the children we're supporting. Your cheers and support keep us motivated.

Let's show that tech companies can not only excel in the digital realm but also be a force for good in the community.

Thank you for being part of our journey and helping disabled children in Northern Ireland experience the joy of sports!

Saddle up,

Instil Software


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