Ride to Give:

We did it! Raising over $11,000.00 we surpassed our goal of $10,000.00, and will build the new bathroom in Trench Town, so over 90 students will be able to go back to school next semester! Appreciation to every donor and cyclist.


142 supporters

$10,000 goal

Team Members

Ray Thomas


31 supporters

Noel Isaacs


14 supporters

Karl Chambers


9 supporters

Erica Black


13 supporters

Hugh Francis


10 supporters

Elrick McCalla


11 supporters

Gregsie Leighton


11 supporters

Rohan Edwards


8 supporters



9 supporters

Chris Parker


8 supporters

Mike Noel


6 supporters

Chad Chambers


4 supporters


Created By

Integrity Children's Fund

EIN: 58-2659974


The Joytown Learning Center in Trench Town is required to build an additional bathroom before it is allowed to re-open in September 2021. The cost to build a new bathroom with five toilets and basins is US$10,000.00. 

Without this new bathroom, over 100 students will not be able to attend school.

Please help us raise $10,000.00 to build this new bathroom at the Joytown Learning Center.

The Integrity Cycling Team will be riding the Silver Comet Trail on August 14, 2021 to raise $10,000.00, all of which will be donated to Joytown Learning Center to build the new bathroom. 

Integrity Children's Fund (Integrity), founded in 2002 and headquartered in Georgia, is a direct response to the problem of relatively high illiteracy rate among Jamaican teenagers. The response has been extended to address the challenges of literacy among immigrant children who have settled in the metro Atlanta area. Illiteracy limits the ability of youth to reason rationally and is the primary factor in many youth making bad "life choices". Integrity, a 501 (c) 3 organization, is committed to reducing the illiteracy rate among at-risk teenagers. Since inception, Integrity has provided approximately US $1,000,000.00, to educate nearly 700 students annually from inner-city communities in Jamaica and Atlanta. 



142 supporters

$10,000 goal

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Integrity Children's Fund

A 501(c)(3) organization

EIN 58-2659974