In June I will be riding from Pittsburgh, PA to Washington, DC along the Great Allegheny Passage and the C&O Canal to raise money for CVIM. My fundraising goal is $5,000.
As a volunteer physician with CVIM, this incredible organization helps to provide medical and dental care, medication assistance and case management services free of charge to thousands of patients in Centre County who are without healthcare coverage. As one example of the community impact that CVIM has, over the past 3 months, we have distributed over 20,000 COVID vaccinations to the community free of charge.
CVIM is truly a community effort helping friends and neighbors in need. Now more than ever, CVIM needs our support. Will you join me in the challenge of raising much needed financial support for our neighbors without health insurance by sponsoring me with a donation?
Thank you for any amount you can give!!
Cycling for CVIM,
2021 Central Cycling Classic
2021 CENTRAL CYCLING CLASSIC
Centre Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) is excited to announce that the Central Cycling Classic is going live and virtual this year. This event, sponsored by Mount Nittany Health, is in its 13th year and has raised over $280,000 for CVIM patients.
The CVIM Central Cycling Classic Live & Virtual Challenge is a non-competitive ride. Register your ride and complete it anytime in the month of June at your own pace or join us on Saturday, June 26th for the live event. All you need is a bike and a route. You choose the route and pedal for the challenge.
All riders must register. The registration fee is $45 for adults and $10 for children 16 and under. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult rider.
CVIM needs your support more than ever, as we have seen an increase in the number of people that have lost their insurance. So this year the Central Cycling Classic will go live and virtual with an emphasis on Fundraising!!- Every gift is critical!!
CVIM is a free clinic providing medical and dental care, medication assistance and case management services to the thousands living or working in Centre County without healthcare coverage. CVIM receives no federal or state money and only limited funding from the county. Over 95% of CVIM's budget comes from the community - Every gift is critical!! Especially now as we see an increase in the number of people who have lost their insurance.