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As a charity we rely on donations from people who share our vision of making London a truly world-class cycling city.

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Campaigning Impact

Love London Go Dutch set the standard and started the movement for bringing European-quality infrastructure and safer cycling to London.
Space for Cycling convinced a huge 862 councilors to commit to delivering cycling improvements in their areas the length and breadth of the city.
Sign for Cycling secured three commitments from Sadiq Khan – trebling protected cycle tracks; banning dangerous lorries; a Mini-Holland for every borough.
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This year is an election year too and to succeed again we need your support – it’s Decision Time and our next mayor must commit to zero-carbon roads by 2030.

Other ways to give

Fico Fund

In memory of Filippo Corsini, the Fico Fund supports LCC’s Road Justice work and road victims' families.
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If you're passionate about making cycling safer for everyone, help secure LCC's future by leaving a gift in your will.
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Payroll Giving

Support LCC through the HMRC Payroll Giving Scheme. Talk to your employer about how to donate.
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Trusts and Foundations

Partnerships with trusts and foundations make a huge difference to our work. Learn more and get in touch.
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Climate Safe Streets Appeal

Support our campaign for a healthy, green, resilient COVID recovery and Zero Carbon Roads for London by 2030.
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LCC is highly effective because it's supported by more than 10,000 members. If you cycle in London please consider joining today. You'll be supporting our work and you'll get a huge range of benefits.

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