It’s a long way to St. Louis, but these bikers pedal to fight poverty

September 18, 2017 Published by

This year marks the fourth consecutive year bicyclists from The Together Initiative will make a long-distance fund-raising ride. From September 22–24, 17 riders will bike in relay format from Lancaster, Pennsylvania to aha! Process’s Addressing the Challenges of Poverty national conference in St. Louis, Missouri. These riders are biking 905 miles across the country to raise awareness for addressing issues of poverty and to raise funds for the Together Initiative Network. The Together Initiative Network is a movement of like-minded individuals and organizations in Pequea Valley School District who are committed to work together for the common good of their community. The Together Initiative Network is addressing the four bold goals of the United Way: kindergarten readiness, postsecondary credentialing, the decrease of poverty, and a medical home for all families.

Read more on The Factory Ministries blog, or watch the video on Facebook to learn more.

You can also donate to support the ride via The Together Initiative’s Flipcause campaign.

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