The Way Home announces 11th Annual Freedom Ride
Manchester, NH: (April 23, 2020) The Way Home is pleased to announce that the agency’s 11th annual Freedom Ride fund raiser will take place on Saturday, August 29 in downtown Manchester.
“In addition to our traditional motorcycle ride to the NH Veteran’s Cemetery, this year’s event will include a car show,” said Bianka Beaudoin, CEO, The Way Home.
“The Freedom Ride is one of our annual charity events,” said Beaudoin. “Our goal is to share a little bit of our mission and increase awareness of the challenges faced by our homeless veterans in our state, while providing a fun time for motorcycle enthusiasts and others.” She went on to say that The Way Home offers assistance and support to veterans in greater Manchester by providing a broad range of programs and related services. “Annually, we are proud to invest over $100,000 in critical resources to veterans and their families. The Freedom Ride also offers a fantastic opportunity to thank and recognize veterans for their service to our country,” Ms. Beaudoin said.
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The 11th Annual Freedom Ride
Heroes, Hogs and Hot Rods
August 29, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.
Stark Brewing Company
Ron Sayres, event chair and board member at The Way Home said that the event starts in downtown Manchester with motorcyclists gathering for coffee, pastries and registration at 10:00 a.m. At 10:30 a.m., an escorted ride will take place along scenic local back roads to the NH Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen. Following a special ceremony at the cemetery, the procession will return to Stark Brewing Company for lunch. Participants will also enjoy a live music, a car show, raffles, and much more. Stark Brewing Company is among the early sponsors and The Way Home is seeking other supporters.
“We’ve made a strong commitment to continue our services to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Beaudoin said. “We’ve made a number of adjustments to our operations to protect the health and safety of our clients and staff while we do our work.”
“If anything, there’s a greater need for housing support today than ever before and events like the Freedom Ride help us sustain our mission” Sayres stated.
For over three decades, The Way Home has provided a broad range of services, support and education to clients who don’t have access to safe, affordable housing. The agency serves over 1,300 people each year including individuals, families seniors and veterans.
For further questions and information about sponsorships and in-kind opportunities, please contact Beaudoin at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at 603-627-3491.