I am participating in the Rodman Ride for Kids because I believe every child in our community should have the opportunity to live the way we would want our own kids to live. Since 1991, the Rodman Ride for Kids has raised over $143 million to support at-risk youth. With your support, we will impact the lives of thousands more young people this year.
Given all of the curve balls that 2020 has sent, the Rodman Ride has gone virtual. Instead of hopping on a bike - I'm pledging to hike 100 miles between now and September 26th. Every time I'm out on a trail, seeing a view that I wouldn't have seen before, feeling contently sore muscles - I am overwhelmed with gratitude for having me leg, of the journey that I've been on to get here and for all of the people that joined me along the way.
I'm hiking to raise money for Waypoint Adventure, a local non profit that makes the outdoors accessible to everyone - running outdoor adventure programs for people with disabilities.
Will you consider donating and supporting me hit my goal of hiking, gratitude and fundraising for Waypoint Adventure - so everyone can experience the outdoors?