“Biking for a Better World” event to benefit Chanco and Episcopal Relief & Development

Biking for a Better World is a recreational bike ride fundraiser that will benefit Chanco on the James and Episcopal Relief & Development, an international relief and development agency and a compassionate response to human suffering throughout the world on behalf of the Episcopal Church. Click here for more information on Episcopal Relief & Development.  The event is being held Saturday, September 13, 2014 and will be based out of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, Williamsburg.

There are four different rides available – 8, 23, 31, and 40 miles.  Riders can register as individuals or as a family.  Registration is just a mere $10 per person or $25 per family, but individuals are requested to raise a minimum of $75 per person and families to raise a minimum of $200.  When you register, you’ll be able to set up a fundraising page that you can share via email and on social media like Facebook and Twitter.  Lunch will be provided.  Registrants who achieve the minimum fundraising request will also get a t-shirt featuring the event’s very cool logo.

Click here to register and start fundraising!

If you are interested in helping to organize the ride please contact the Rev. Keith Emerson (Diocesan Coordinator for Episcopal Relief & Development) at keith@saintpauls-suffolk.org.

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