Hey y'all! Thank you so much for checking out my campaign! Originally, this April I was supposed to be setting out on a bike trek across Europe, to help raise money for the nonprofit Move for Mind Foundation. After re-evaluating the situation, we will be biking for Move for Mind, but instead we will be in the American West!
Founded by my friend and colleague Taylor, Move for Mind’s mission to raise awareness and build upon capacity for mental health in our global community is one that resonates with me deeply. Especially in the current crisis, as communities are strained, the need for organizations like Move for Mind is growing and touching lives across the country. I am excited to contribute to the future of their mission.
On April 7th I will depart from Portland and start down Route 101. From there I will travel down the Pacific Coast Highway. Throughout this journey I will be telling a story along the way and I hope you will follow my progress on the road. Most importantly, from now until my front tire touches the deserts of the American Southwest, I hope you will consider donating to the amazing work the Move for Mind Foundation does. Every Dollar Counts!
You can follow my progress via my Instagram where I will be posting content detailing my journey and showcasing some of the amazing work you would be supporting with a donation to the Move for Mind Foundation. Be sure to check out Move for Mind on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as on their website.
More information about The Move for Mind Foundation, a New Jersey Non-Profit Corporation: The Move for Mind Foundation believes in the connection between our mental health and physical health, and that one cannot be well without the other. Through community events, programming, and partnerships, Move for Mind seeks to raise awareness, create an open dialogue, and provide philanthropic support for mental health in the United States.
With their flagship program, Move for Recovery, Move for Mind collaborates with drug and alcohol addiction recovery facilities, businesses, and individuals to bring movement into the lives of those going through drug and alcohol addiction recovery programs.