It's Time to Come Together!
The weekend of September 7th & 8th, 2019, I'll be with an army of cyclists, crew support, volunteers who proudly advocate for the care and welbeing of a large community. Over these two days we will ride 200 miles from Chicago to Sawyer, Michigan and back. Our message: Give. Ride. Go Further. Our mission: Empowering lives affected by HIV.
The Ride for Life Chicago is an event that means a lot to me and I am asking for your support with a generous gift. I can't think of a more worthy cause or community than the one TPAN has built. We are small in scale yet far-reaching in our impact. I stand behind the work of my colleagues; those who are on the front lines saving lives every day.
There's so much humanity and benevolence in Chicago. I invite you to make a gift today. A gift that will help TPAN continue to its mission, our mission.
Consider how your support goes to work in the lives of the people we serve:
• $75 helps TPAN provide mental health counseling to a community member in need.
• $150 supports TPAN's housing navigation and case management experts' care for a homeless or unstably housed client.
• $250 covers essential costs of operating a week of our drop-in center for LBTQ youth.
• A gift of $100 per month) establishes you as a Leadership Circle supporter in helping TPAN provide health care and services to more than 2,000 people every year.
Through the Ride for Life Chicago, thousands of donors and more than 300 volunteer cyclists, advocates, crew, and team members help provide care to 2,000 people every year in Chicago and a lifeline of HIV health and treatment information to more than 100,000 people across the country. Our mission is to empower all lives affected by HIV and its many health challenges. The name “Ride for Life” reflects this event’s powerful impact: every mile, every donation and sponsorship, and every volunteer helps save lives through the work of TPAN and our community partners.
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