Businesses and organizations are welcomed to form teams of riders to participate in the Ride for Children event on Saturday May 11. So far, teams from Fitness Options, Lund, Terry Precision Cycling, PC Construction, Vermont Health Co-op, and Home Instead have signed up.
Event organizer, Amy Cronin, says, “Companies should get involved with our Ride for Children because it is an opportunity to show support for an organization that serves women, children, and families throughout the state of Vermont. It’s a great opportunity to engage your employees, enjoy biking on a spring day, and celebrate with us afterwards with food and festivities. As an added bonus, Boloco of Burlington is offering a catered lunch to the largest team. Sign up now at bike.lundvt.org.”
The event on May 11 comprises of four different routes – 4 miles, 16 miles, 30 miles, and 55 miles – to suit all abilities and will end with festivities, food, and fun at Lund’s new location on Joy Drive in South Burlington.
Every company or group fielding a team of three or more riders will be publicly acknowledged in a post event press release and a warm thank you ad in local media.
For over 120 years, Lund has been helping families to break the cycles of poverty, addiction, and abuse. Lund creates hope, opportunity, and family for Vermonters through community and residential treatment for mental health and substance abuse, education, family support, life-skills, and job training and early childhood education. Lund is also Vermont’s oldest adoption agency.