Team: PCS Pedalers
Total Donations: $0
- John Benun $ 0.00
PEDAL ON THE PIER
Dear Capital Group ICs (aka PCS Pedalers), Come join me and many of our fellow PCS Pedalers on Sunday June 4th at the Santa Monica Pier anytime between 11 AM and 4 PM as we participate in the most exciting Physical Philanthropy event on the West Coast - the Seventh Annual Pedal on the Pier.
The Capital Group Foundtion has supported this worthy organization (Harold Robinson Foundation) and cause (sending inner city kids to Camp) financially for the last three years. All we need to do now is provide the PCS pedal power and ride 100 miles on Sunday June 4th the day before IC Conference. What a great way to get energized before we kick off our event. Attendance is voluntary. I hope you can make it the first stop upon your arrival in LA.
We Spin Kids Win!
SPIN IT FORWARD!
100 miles! 100 bikes! 100 teams!
Together we hope to raise $1 million to send inner city kids to camp!
It is the vision of the Harold Robinson Foundation to provide a level playing field for our community's underserved children. At Camp Ubuntu, children from under-served, inner city schools & organizations get the opportunity to experience nature, play, sports, use team-work, learn goal-setting, eat nutritious food and receive mentorship from exceptional counselors. These programs are designed to strengthen confidence and independence, build character and develop leadership skills. In addition to “Camp Ubuntu” sleep away camp retreats, the Harold Robinson Foundation brings summer day camp to Markham Middle School in Watts, provides parenting classes, and other programs that help build community in a positive way.
In support of this foundation, our team is participating in the Pedal on the Pier fundraiser. We will collectively ride (in place) on a stationary bike for 5 hours/ 100 miles on the Santa Monica Pier on Sunday, June 4, 2017. 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.