Ride for RefugeJoin us on Saturday, October 5, 2019
Ride for Refuge (RFR) is a national cycling and walking fundraising events that supports charities who provide refuge and hope for displaced, vulnerable and exploited people everywhere. nightlight Canada serves poor and marginalized people in Ontario; providing them with a safe place to build meaningful relationships and some shelter from the elements (rain, snow, extreme heat).
RFR is our primary fundraising event of the year in the Cambridge area, and our secondary fundraising event in Belleville and Kingston (Coldest Night of the Year is our main event in those cities).
Event details are different for each city, and you can find the details below.
To participate as a rider or walker…
You can sign up on the Ride for Refuge Website. Using the Search bar on the top right, type in ‘nightlight’ or the drop-down ‘Menu’ on the top left, and click on Charities and scroll to the N section until you find ‘nightlight’ on the list.
To get started…
1) go to the Ride for Refuge website
2) create an account with profile
3) then create a team or join an existing team
4) select ‘nightlight’ as the charity you’re riding for
You can also just show up and register at the event.
To participate in the children’s activities in Kingston, you don’t need to pre-register.
your Ride FoR refuge details
As a Ride Anywhere event, you can chose to ride or walk in your neighbourhood or favourite outdoor path, or you can join the nightlight Kingston crew in the West-end of Kingston for a family-friendly event with lots of activities for kids and a fundraising BBQ lunch.
This is your big opportunity to help fundraise for nightlight and raise awareness of this valuable centre in Cambridge. You’ll be joining a multi-charity ride/walk event in Waterloo (or you can ride on your own in your neighbourhood – but riding or walking with others is much more fun!).
We are planning a fun, family-friendly event in the West-end of Kingston. In addition to riding and walking, we’ll have some fun activities for kids at a modest participation fee (with all funds going to nightlight Canada), a fundraising BBQ lunch, a silent auction and local bicycle vendors with information booths.