Ride Don’t Hide
June 24 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
This June 24th – let’s ride!
Kelowna, we want you to join us on June 24th for the Payton & Dillon Budd Memorial Ride as we come together to Ride Don’t Hide as a community and #GETLOUD about mental health and suicide prevention. Register today as an individual or as part of a team with your family, friends or co-workers and help us raise funds for mental health programs and services in our community. Let’s help people of all ages access the help and support they need to live their best lives.
When we Ride Don’t Hide, we create change.
Where: Rotary Centre for the Arts – 421 Cawston Ave, Kelowna, BC V1Y 6Z1
When: Sunday, June 24th, 2018
Cost: $40 youth (13-17) and $40 adults (18+)
Children 12 years and under ride for free!
Budd’s 100: Sign up to be a part of Budd’s 100 and to raise a minimum of $100. Your registration fee will be waived and your $100 will be matched by the Thomas Alan Budd Foundation
This community event accommodates riders of all ages and abilities with three different rides: a 6.5 KM Kids / Family Route, a 20 KM Route and a 60 KM Route – route details coming soon! We even have an option for you to sign up as Virtual Rider – no registration fee, no riding but you can still support the event and CMHA Kelowna by fundraising! Register now!
About the Payton and Dillon Budd Memorial Ride
At CMHA Kelowna we want to let anyone struggling in silence to know they are not alone. That’s why we are dedicating our Ride Don’t Hide event to the memory of two brothers in our community. The Payton and Dillon Budd Memorial Ride is a rallying point for us all: Anyone can experience poor emotional or mental health. Anyone can be at risk for thoughts of suicide. No one should have to hide or stay silent. On June 24th, join us and ride in plain sight to raise funds for programs and services in our community.
When we hide, mental health stays hidden. When we #GETLOUD about mental health – we help reduce the stigma so more people can get the help they need, earlier. It’s so important that we create opportunities to open up conversations about mental health. In any given year, 1 in 5 people in Canada, from all walks of life, will personally experience a mental health problem or illness and the other 4 will likely be profoundly impacted by it. It is crucial that we, as a community, keep getting loud about mental health so we can continue to help people of all ages access the help they need, when they need it.
For event information: Jessica Samuels: 250-861-3644 or email@example.com
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