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Cycle For Kids At Wired Cycling DC To Benefit Courage For Kids

cycle for kidsDanielle Karst, Stephanie Baucus, Andrea Rodgers, Wendy Pittman, Megan Christensen and Quin Woodward Pu invite you to CYCLE FOR KIDS, a cycling class fundraiser to support early childhood education for at-risk children via the nonprofit, Courage for Kids. Join them for some fun exercise for a good cause! Their very own Danielle Karst, who regularly teaches spinning, will be the instructor!

Space is very limited, so reserve your bike today by making a $15 donation online to sponsor one at-risk or homeless child with a backpack filled with school supplies ($80 value) to start kindergarten.

Founded in 2006, Courage for Kids has partnered with early childhood education facilities such as CentroNia and Bright Beginnings to provide at-risk children in the greater DC area with a backpack filled with school supplies to start kindergarten. In 2015, the 501c3 will expand upon the success of their GIVE BACK-pack initiative to support House of Ruth’s Kidspace and Campagna Center.

Make sure to follow Courage for Kids on Facebook to keep up-to-date with additional event details!

WHEN: Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 1 p.m.


Wired Cycling DC
2028 4 St NE
Washington, DC 20002
Ph. 202-400-1340

TICKETS: To attend, donate $15 online. Your sponsorship will provide a homeless or low income child with a backpack filled with school supplies ($80 value) to start kindergarten.

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