June 4, 2017

THE OBJECTIVE:

To collectively raise $ 1,000,000 for the HAROLD ROBINSON FOUNDATION, which will fund Camp Ubuntu, which brings over 25 inner city schools on 3 day camp retreats, Camp Ubuntu Watts-a day camp in the heart of Watts and Parenting from the Heart, a unique parenting program.

WHAT:

An outdoor physical philanthropy event with 100 + stationary bikes on the iconic Santa Monica Pier, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. 400 + riders cycle for 5 hours/100 miles with some of the city's top cycling instructors, while 1,000 family and friends cheer them on. We have great DJ's, musical and special guests, dancing, vendors and lots of great food and drink. POTP is a high energy, fundraising event which benefits the HAROLD ROBINSON FOUNDATION. HRF is a 501(c)(3) working to improve the lives of our city’s impoverished children by providing them with a camp retreat where they participate in diverse recreational programs that are designed to strengthen confidence, independence, build character and develop leadership skills.

HOW:

Teams or individuals register a bike for the day. Teams can be comprised of up to 5 people who can ride relay-style throughout the day or you can ride on your own. Yes, it’s hard…but so is changing the world!

WHY:

The Harold Robinson Foundation was established based on the principle that each and every child, deserves opportunities, no matter where they stand on the socioeconomic ladder.

HRF, provides the funding and resources to send Los Angeles's less fortunate children to camp, in a safe and nurturing environment, far away from the stress that most of them face on a daily basis.

HRF strives to create a sense of purpose and accomplishment in each individual, while working towards building communities through communication and support for schools and families.

The mission has grown from the simple hope of allowing youths to experience camp for a weekend to investing in their futures, their families, their schools and their communities.

Please watch our videos to learn more about HRF:
Harold Robinson Foundation Videos

PARKING

WHEN:

Sunday, June 4, 2017. Doors open at 9:30am. Ride begins at 11:00am, with a cutoff time of 4:00pm!

WHERE:

The iconic Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, California. Parking available in Lot#1 North (lower lot.) Access from Westbound Pico Blvd. to Appian Way or Southbound PCH.

INFO:

Each team/ bike must raise a minimum of $2,500 to go towards the Harold Robinson Foundation. If there are 5 riders on a team, each participant would have a fundraising commitment of $500. There is entertainment from live DJs and musical performers and food for registered riders. All donors & immediate family members of riders are invited to the pier to cheer on the pack, riders will receive an email the week before with the specific details about guests.

THE DETAILS:

Popular instructors from will spin you through a day of hot DJs, bands, celebrity guests, vendors,food, drink and tons of energy and excitement! All fitness levels are welcome at the funnest fundraiser in Southern California. Our motto…"WE SPIN, KIDS WIN!!".

Our motto..."WE SPIN, KIDS WIN!!"

COMMUNITY PARTNER

Pedal On The Pier invited LA’s BEST to participate to raise funds to support their program and to send LA’s BEST students to Camp Ubuntu. LA’s BEST is a partnership of the City of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and the private sector, providing an after school enrichment program to over 25,000 kids each school day at 194 elementary schools in neighborhoods across Los Angeles with the highest needs and fewest resources. Some of LA’s BEST students have already been to Camp Ubuntu. Our organizations have the same goal: to positively impact communities by nurturing young leaders. Through this collaboration, more LA’s BEST students will have the opportunity to participate in Camp Ubuntu.

QUESTIONS:

Contact Jeff Robinson: Jeff@haroldrobinsonfoundation.org (310) 344-1946 or
Michelle Brookman: Michelle@haroldrobinsonfoundation.org (310) 365-7884

The Harold Robinson Foundation

It is the vision of the Harold Robinson Foundation to provide a level playing field for our community's underserved children.

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