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UHCCF Bridges of Hope Ride

UHCCF Inaugural 2019 Bridges of Hope Ride, presented by KELLY Benefit Strategies


Join the inaugural UnitedHealthcare Childrens Foundation (UHCCF) Bridges of Hope Ride presented by KELLY Benefit Strategies on Saturday September 21, 2019. The ride will start and end at KELLY Benefit Strategies headquarters in Sparks, Maryland. Riders will have the option of choosing the 100 kilometer (62.5miles) course or the 50 kilometers (31 miles) course. 

These riders will be supported by Rally UHC Cycling athletes, team cars and staff, and will be gently led by several of the teams pro riders.  We will roll through beautiful Northern Baltimore County farm and horse country, and travel across multiple bridges, over rolling streams and along country roads. At the end of the ride, participants will celebrate their accomplishments as cyclists and fundraisers at a post-race party with delicious food, cold drinks and live music!

Each cyclist is kindly asked to donate or raise a minimum of $500, in support of the UHCCF mission to help children with their medical expenses. All event proceeds will help fund UHCCF medical grants awarded to children in the Northeast Region. As a donor, you will be a Bridge of Hope for families struggling with the cost of healthcare for their children.

Those who donate or raise $1,000 or more will be invited to join us for a special event and dinner at KELLY Benefit Strategies headquarters on Friday evening, September 20th. This will be a smaller group gathering with the opportunity to mingle with RALLY | UHC pro riders, staff, UHC executives and fellow riders.  

Important Details:

Your registration fee of $150.00 counts towards the $500 minimum (Due to a system limitation we have to manually transfer the $150.00 to your fundraiser so there will be a slight delay in it displaying on your fundraiser page.) 

With your paid registration you will receive a Bridges of Hope Ride Jersey, and you and a guest will be welcomed at the post-event celebration at KELLY Benefit Strategies headquarters after the ride, featuring music, food, drinks and more! Family members are also welcome! 

Register today, fundraise, and help the UHCCF Bridges of Hope Ride presented by KELLY Benefit Strategies achieve our goal of raising $100,000 for kids in need.  The deadline to register is August 21, 2019.  To ensure that your fundraising page is visible on the site, please click the link to Publish Your Fundraising Campaign when you complete setting up your page.


FAQ - PDF - Learn more about the event!
 

Each rider is invited to have 1 complimentary guest plus themselves at the post-ride party - sign up during registration. All other guests are $50.


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Embassy Suites: https://embassysuites3.hilton.com/en/hotels/maryland/embassy-suites-by-hilton-baltimore-hunt-valley-BALHVES/index.html 

Courtyard: https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bwihu-courtyard-baltimore-hunt-valley/ 

Holiday Inn Express: https://www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/hunt-valley/balhu/hoteldetail 

Delta by Marriott: https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bwidh-delta-hotels-baltimore-hunt-valley/

Residence Inn by Marriott: https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bwirh-residence-inn-baltimore-hunt-valley/

Thank you to our sponsors! Please click here to see all of our sponsors. 





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When
Saturday September 21st
8:30 a.m.
Where
Kelly Benefit Strategies, Kelly Way, Sparks, MD, USA
1 Kelly Way, Sparks, MD 21152, USA

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Meet our Grant Families

Salma

Baltimore, MD

Salma suffered a spinal cord injury (SCI) in August of 2017 that led to spastic paraplegia.  Since then, she has been involved in intensive PT & OT rehab therapies at Kennedy Krieger.  This helped her improve her neurological functions and adjust to life in a wheelchair.  The grant help cover copays for the therapies and helped cover the cost of the Wheelchair.

Abdullah

Baltimore, MD

Abdullah is a Type 1 Diabetes and had received a medical grant from UHCCF to help cover the cost of his medical supplies.

Larissa & Kyle Jr.

Randallstown, MD

Larissa and Kyle Jr are siblings who have both received grants to help cover the cost of therapy related to autism.

Posted by UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation