We've made it simple and fun for you to raise funds quickly and easily for the 17th Annual Bergen Bike Tour, which benefits the Volunteer Center of Bergen County and Tomorrows Children's Fund at Hackensack University Medical Center. The Bergen Bike Tour will be held on Sunday, September 30, 2012 and all sponsor pledges are due by November 12, 2012. For more information about the Bergen Bike Tour, please visit www.bergenbiketour.org or call 1-877-BER-BIKE.
Getting started is easy
It only takes a few minutes to create your Online Fundraising Page:
- Click the Start Fundraising button at the top of this page
- Select the 17th Annual Beregn Bike Tour
- Click Join Now to begin a fundrasing page
- Sign In or Create an Account
- Personalize the text and the photo on your Online Fundraising Page to express your passions and your purpose.
- Send the link out to your friends, family, colleagues - anyone you think will help you reach your goal.
About The Bergen Bike Tour Charities
Proceeds from the Bergen Bike Tour are divided evenly between these two charities:
Tomorrows Children's Fund exists to ease the pain and speed the healing of children with cancer. Established by loving parents seeking help and relief for their desperately ill children, in association with physicians committed to providing the best possible care, the Fund addresses the critical needs of families facing the anguish of childhood cancer. Tomorrows Children's Fund provides a warm, healthy and loving atmosphere for children in treatment, a wide range of services to relieve emotional and financial stress; state of the art medical care; and funding for research on childhood cancer and serious blood disorders. Tomorrows Children's Fund will not rest until these terrible diseases are conquered.
The Volunteer Center of Bergen County strengthens the community by connecting people with opportunities to serve, operating model volunteer programs, building capacity for effective volunteering, and participating in strategic partnerships that meet community needs. Working with more than 600 public and private nonprofit agencies in and near Bergen County that value and need the services of volunteers, the Volunteer Center links individuals, groups, organizations and corporations with rewarding volunteer opportunities that fit their interests, abilities, schedules and location. The Volunteer Center also operates a home repair service for the elderly and disabled and two mentoring programs that assist abused children and overwhelmed mothers in need of guidance.