HFNY Charity Bike Ride: Over 100 Riders for New Yorkers in Need

Last month Redeemer congregants helped make Hope for New York’s 11th Annual Charity Bike Ride the most successful ride to date.

This year’s Team HFNY was the largest ever—111 riders, with great representation from all three Redeemer congregations—and raised more than $68,000 for Hope for New York’s work to support the poor and marginalized of our city.

That amount, combined with a matching $50,000 gift from an anonymous donor, means that Team HFNY raised over $118,000 to support our affiliate programs, enabling us to provide resources like soup kitchen meals and food pantry groceries for the hungry and homeless, ESL and job-skills training for new immigrants, art therapy classes for the chronically ill, and mentoring and college prep for at-risk teenagers.

See photos from training rides, pre-Bike Ride pasta dinner, and the actual ride on our Facebook page:www.facebook.com/hopefornewyork.

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