Rider: Matt Cutshall

Total Donations: $2,551
Goal: $5,000  

  51%

Pedal On The Pier

Sunday, June 3, 2018

100 Bikes. 100 Miles. We Spin, Kids Win.
A benefit for the Harold Robinson Foundation.

Click to learn more about the Harold Robinson Foundation.

PEDAL ON THE PIER

WE SPIN, KIDS WIN!

Together we hope to raise $1 million to send under-served kids to camp!

 

It is the vision of the Harold Robinson Foundation to provide a level playing field for our marginalized community's kids, schools and families. We utilize camp programs as a vehicle for empowerment and change. At Camp Ubuntu, children get the opportunity to experience nature, play, sports, use team-work, learn goal-setting, eat nutritious food and receive mentorship from exceptional counselors and volunteers. These programs are designed to strengthen confidence and independence, build character and develop leadership skills.

In addition to our Camp Ubuntu sleep away camps, the Harold Robinson Foundation brings Camp Ubuntu Watts a summer day camp to Markham Middle School. It also provides parenting workshops and other programs that help positively build community.

In support of this foundation, I am participating in the Pedal on the Pier fundraiser. My team will collectively ride (in place) on a stationary bike for 5 hours on the Santa Monica Pier on Sunday, June 3, 2018. We would be most grateful if you could support our efforts with a tax-deductible donation of ANY size.

Thank you for supporting our effort in trying to make a difference in a child's life.

 

About Matt Cutshall:

Matt started his entertainment career right out of high school. At age 17, he was hired by Radio Disney in Portland, Oregon to host live events. After five years of hosting, Matt decided to pursue his passion for music and started a pop rock band. Matt fronted the band as lead vocalist and lead them to success with 4 years of international touring and radio play. Their song ‘Guys Don’t Like Me’ peaked at number 4 on the Sirius Radio Hits One countdown. Due to label complications, the band broke up in 2013. A year after parting ways, Matt continued to pursue entertainment by creating comedic short sketches for his social media platforms. Throughout the last 4 years, he has collected over 2 million followers across his social media platforms and works with some of the biggest brands in the world by producing, directing and creating unique original sponsored content.

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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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