Welcome to my fundraising page for the 9th annual Will Bike 4 Food! This is a fun and active cyling event that helps raise funds and awareness for The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts. Every $1 raised will provide 3 meals for a neighbor in need. Contributions of any size to my efforts are appreciated. All donations are tax deductible. Thank you for helping out this great cause!
Will Bike 4 Food
Will Bike 4 Food (WB4F) is back for its 9th year! This fun cycling event raises funds and awareness for The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts. Cyclists of all levels can pedal towards a hunger-free future by choosing from 10, 25, 50, or 100-mile routes. Following the ride, enjoy a BBQ, music, beer from Berkshire Brewing Company (21+), and more!
Event Date: Sunday, September 29, 2019 (note: fundraising remains open for a month following the event)
Event Location: Hatfield Lions Club Pavilion, Billings Way, Hatfield Ma., 01038.
- For GPS purposes, you may need to search for The Hatfield Library, 39 Main Street, Hatfield Ma., 01038 or the Hatfield Elementary School – Any of these addresses/landmarks will take you to the correct location.
Ride kick-off times:
7:00AM – 100 Mile (Century)
10:15AM – 50 Mile
12:00PM – 25 Mile
1:30PM – 10 Mile
Fundraising Requirements (Age 18+):
- $175 - If registered by 8/31/19
- $250 - If registered on or after 9/1/19
Fundraising Requirements for Children and Teens (through age 17):
- None - However we highly encourage everyone to do some fundraising.
Cash and checks can be turned in the day of the ride. Please make any checks out to "The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts." Checks can be mailed prior to event-day.
If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Therkelsen, Event Coordinator at JenniferT@foodbankwma.org or 413-247-9738 x128
Since 1982, The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts has been feeding our neighbors in need and leading the community to end hunger. We distribute food to our member agencies in Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden and Hampshire counties. These independent pantries, meal sites and shelters are on the front lines of emergency food assistance in our region, playing a crucial role helping individuals, families, seniors and children.