Saturday, September, 21, 2019Kids

The Rodman Ride for Kids is an all-day cycling event in which riders choose to complete a 25 or 50 mile non-competitive route through southeastern Massachusetts to raise money for at-risk children.  This year marks the 29th anniversary of the Ride.

Every September, more than 1,500 cyclists participate in the Ride for Kids, which has raised over $180 million to benefit 50 Massachusetts child-welfare agencies, including Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps.

Visit our Ride for Kids page here to sign up, donate, or learn more!

Even if you can’t ride on race-day, become a Virtual Rider!  Click here for ideas.

Ride

 


Volunteers Wanted!

Volunteer opportunities for Ride Day. Breakfast and lunch are provided for volunteers as well as a Ride for Kids volunteer t-shirt.  Click here for more details.

 

 

Team & Sponsorship Opportunities

  • Team Sponsorship: A group of individuals form a team and each rider raises funds individually.
  • Corporate Sponsorship: A corporate contribution with or without riders.
  • Corporate and Team Sponsorship: A combination of the above: a company makes a corporate contribution and employees raise additional funds. 

 

Ride for Kids Matching Gifts

Did you know that your employer and your donors’ employers can make matching gifts that count toward your Ride for Kids fundraising goal?  To ensure these gifts are included, include them in your mail in donations or on your personal Ride site under “Offline Gifts Received.”

Together, individuals and teams help RFK Children’s Action Corps support the boys and girls in our care.

 

Ride for Kids Testimonial

I have participated in the Ride For Kids for close to twenty years. During this time I’ve been at four different law firms and have created teams at each of these firms.  Having employees participate in the ride is a wonderful and effective team-building exercise. The combination of working together to achieve a goal (fundraising for a worthy cause) while participating in a healthy and fun event (the bike ride) and then having a party afterwards (hosted by some of the beneficiaries of the ride) is a sure-fire recipe for success. The employees who participate (either by riding or by donating) feel closer to one another and better about themselves.

Jay S. Gregory, Partner
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani