The 5th Annual Ride for Understanding, a bike ride fundraiser for the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia, will take place on June 4th, 2017. Each year riders come together to increase awareness about the work and mission of the Interfaith Center.
Become an Interfaith Champion: Fundraise for the Cause
Whether or not you cycle, the Interfaith Center is devoting this day to raising at least $30,000 toward the promotion of interfaith understanding in this region. We are working with a core group of Interfaith Leaders who have volunteered to be Champions for our cause. This elite group of 30+ individuals will run/walk/bike/etc. and are pledging to raise a minimum of $1,000 each within their own circle of family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues. If you are interested in becoming an Interfaith Champion, please click here for more information.
Register for the Ride: Individual and Group Rates Available
The Ride for Understanding is for everyone. Whether you go biking every weekend or hop on a bike once a year, your presence is important. Riders of all ages can participate. Click here to register for the ride.
This year's course will start at Betzwood Trailhead. Ten-mile and thirty-mile riders will all follow the Schuylkill River Trail northwest to Port Providence Trailhead and loop back to Betzwood Trailhead. Riders on the ten-mile ride will finish at Betzwood and thirty-mile riders will have an opportunity to rest with refreshments before continuing on the Schuylkill River Trail to the southeast. Thirty-mile riders will ride to the Spring Mill Trailhead and then loop back to Betzwood to complete their thirty-mile ride.
Learn more about how you can get involved!