2017 Rodman Ride for Kids
Think:Kids at MGH is Participating in the 27th annual Rodman Ride for Kids!
Saturday, September 23, 2017
The Rodman Ride is the #1 single-day athletic fundraiser in the nation supporting at-risk kids hosted by Rodman for Kids. Rodman for Kids is an umbrella matching gift charity raising funds for youth-focused social-service agencies, like Think:Kids, that support at-risk children in Massachusetts.
Think:Kids is proud to be a part of this incredible fundraiser event. The Rodman Ride is a 25, 50, and 100-mile noncompetitive cycling tour. Affiliated organizations will raise funds through corporate sponsorship, foundations, individual donors and ridership.
The Rodman Ride represents that same commitment to kids and community that we value at Think:Kids. When you donate to the Rodman Ride for Kids, your donation benefits kids who need our support. Each dollar raised will go directly to kids in our community – 100% of all expenses are underwritten and the Ride will add 3% to the total amount we raise.
This is our major fundraising event of the year, and we hope you can support Team Think:Kids and, in turn, our mission of helping children with behavioral challenges succeed!
Our fundraising goal this year is to raise $50,000.
You can help Think:Kids by: Joining Team Think:Kids and biking on September 23rd, attending as a volunteer, donating as a corporate sponsor – view: View Rodman Ride Sponsorship Opportunities or by signing up as a ‘virtual rider’ where you can raise funds as if you were biking but not actually go out on the course.
If you are interested in taking part in the Rodman Ride for Kids let us know! Contact Rodman Ride Team Captain/Think:Kids Outreach and Communications Manager: Daisy Gomez-Hugenberger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to donate to our Think:Kids team, visit our Think:Kids team page here.
The Rodman Ride for Kids and the nearly 50 youth-serving affiliated nonprofits together raised $13.3 million last year and more than $108 million since the start of The Ride in 1991. Visit the Rodman Ride for Kids website to learn more about Rodman for Kids.