PHOTOS: Rodman Ride for Kids Makes ‘One Big Difference’ for At-Risk Kids
1,300 riders participated in the 22nd Rodman Ride for Kids Saturday – starting and finishing in Foxborough – to raise money and awareness for at-risk kids.
Saturday was about making "one big difference" in the lives of at-risk kids for 1,300 riders, 600 volunteers and 100,000, according to Rodman Ride for Kids' Facebook page.
The 22nd annual Rodman Ride for Kids started and finished at 10 Lincoln Rd. in Foxborough. Roughly 1,300 riders and 600 volunteers braved the rain to raise money for youth-focused social service agencies in hopes to improve the lives and support for the children.
The expenses associated with the Ride for Kids are less than 3 percent of the total revenue and they are all underwritten. This means that when you donate to the Ride or Kids, 100 percent of your donation will directly benefit at-risk kids.
The ride has raised over $52 million since 1991.
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