Steeple Chase Bike Tour 2021
Steeple Chase Ride & Walk - August 21, 2021
100% of proceeds go to support:
Perception Programs, Inc ** Windham Area Interfaith Ministry ** Windham No Freeze Project
We are a charity fundraiser for three area non-profit social service agencies
The trademark of the agencies is providing quality services. WE NEED YOUR HELP to raise money to meet the increased needs of the clients we serve. Please ride with us and raise money for your neighbors, friends and family.
REGISTRATION AND FUNDRAISING INFORMATION
• Register on-line at www.bikereg.com, or www.steeplechasebiketour.org
• $25 per rider, plus each rider is asked raise an additional $50 by the event date ($75 total).
• Use coupon code STEEPLE21 to receive $10 off your registration -- now through June 30th!
• *NEW LOCATION* This year's event will be hosted by St. Mary's Church - 46 Vallley Street, Willimantic, CT.
• START TIMES: Registration begins at 7:00am.
• ROUTES: This is a hybrid event, which means you can ride one of our supported routes in person at the event, or create your own virtual route anywhere you choose! This year's supported cycling routes include 20, 30, and 62.5 (metric Century) miles, plus a 5 mile walk through Willimantic Parks.
phone: (860) 450-7122
**The Windham Area Interfaith Ministry (WAIM) provides fuel assistance, clothing, and furniture to area needy families. WAIM is comprised of 39 faith communities**
**Windham No Freeze Project provides adults who are homeless overnight shelter. Their goal is to help clients obtain basic resources such as food, clothing, case management and transportation.**
**Perception Programs, Inc (PPI) offers treatment, case management, education and housing to people with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders, adults involved in the criminal justice system, and people living with AIDS.**
Steeple Chase 2021
This charity ride raises money for three critical Windham County social service agencies that shelter the homeless, offer a path to recovery for people with addiction and mental illness, and provide basic needs from clothing to heat for under-resourced individuals and families.