Many families are looking for fun, safe activities they can do together this fall, and PMC Kids Rides are a great way for kids to get fresh air and make a different in the fight against cancer! Following the lead of the Pan-Mass Challenge this summer, 2020 PMC Kids Rides will be held virtually, but registered riders can print their own PMC Kids Rides bike tags and a sign sharing why they ride. There are no fundraising minimums, but there are special PMC Kids Rides gifts for achieving fundraising levels.
Join us October 2-4 as we celebrate the PMC Kids Rides community. Just like PMC virtual riders, PMC Kids Rides participants can ride wherever and whenever they choose. October 2-4 will show that although we are physically distant, the PMC Kids Rides community is still unified in its mission.
Register your children as virtual riders and decide how you want to participate. Whether you choose to ride laps in your neighborhood, set up a water station or pledge to ride a certain number of miles, your socially distant virtual ride is up to you!
Help the Pan-Mass Challenge achieve its 2020 fundraising goal of $41 million for Dana-Farber. 100 percent of which will directly support lifesaving cancer research and treatment.
We know that PMC Kids Ride riders are the next generation of PMC riders. I hope that you will encourage the children in your life to get involved and make a difference.
The PMC Kids Rides program is presented by the Yawkey Foundations