What does your Courage look like?
Hello, Bill and I are excited to ride Virtual Courage this year. While the event is virtual, we plan to physically ride 415+ cumulative miles between now and August 29 to raise money for children of abuse. 415 stands for the number of special child abuse medical exams performed on children ages birth to 17 in 2019 at Mary Bridge's Child Abuse Intervention Department.
While these times are chaotic and anxious for each and everyone one of us, imagine what it's like for a child living in an abusive situation as we shelter in. Let's make a difference in their lives. Once reported, we have a chance to ease their pain, help bring them comfort, provide treatment, counseling, justice and prevention for children of abuse in our community.
But Bill and I can't do this without you. We need your support. Please give what you can and we promise to pedal our buns over the hills and valleys and even over Blewitt Pass this summer.
10 in 10 children have Courage and need us. What does your Courage look like?
Thank you for what you are about to do!
Cindy and Billy
P.S. 100% of your donation helps children in Pierce County!
About Mary Bridge Children's Hospital
For more than 60 years, Mary Bridge has been a nonprofit hospital that has counted on support from the community to fulfill its mission of providing care to all children, regardless of a family's ability to pay. Learn more at supportmarybridge.org.
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