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DONATE - The ONE Ride general donation page is ALSO Chuckís personal fundraising page.
- If you do not have a specific person or team to donate to, DONATE HERE to Chuck and the General Fund.
- OrÖ you can search for an individual Road Captain or Road Warrior and DONATE HERE .
REGISTER to become a ROAD CAPTAIN - a friend who agrees to fundraise a minimum of $2000.
REGISTER to become a ROAD WARRRIOR- a friend who agrees to fundraise a minimum of $2000Ö and meet in Sturgis for the celebration party. Once you have registered as a Road Captain or Warrior, you have the option to join or create a team. That option will be at the bottom of your registration form. Team members each have to raise $2,000 while support each otherís efforts along the way!
Become a SPONSOR -help raise money for the five charities.
General Information for Fundraisers:
Using the peer-to-peer fundraising website First Giving, itís easy to set up your own individual or team fundraising page. You can tell your personal story as to why you want to raise money for The ONE Ride and its beneficiaries. You can include copy and photographs. Your First Giving fundraising page will also help you track your donations, display the names and dollar amounts given (if preferred) in a moving scroll and help you generate thank you emails and tax deductible receipts for each of your donors. Itís an easy way to fundraise and keep track of your donors! They also have a support staff to help with questions.
|Assisting injured Green Berets and their families on their long journey to recovery.|
|Camp Sparkle, supported by Gilda's Club of Seattle, is a week long, free day camp for kids and teens touched by cancer. It provides support groups, art and music activities, and fun/educational field trips to 50 participants per camp session.|
|Cancer kills more American Indian people in Minnesota than any other disease. More than heart disease. More than diabetes. With more donations and funding, we will be able to do so much more for so many more people and communities.|
|Patients and their families came together for an (Up)Beat event on Codzilla with the Joe Andruzzi FoundationĖ one where they could leave behind cancer treatments and challenging times to enjoy a wild speedboat ride across Boston Harbor!|