We are raising funds to continue our mission to educate underprivileged and illiterate teenagers in Atlanta and Jamaica! Specifically, the funds raised will be used to purchase computers, software and pay teachers' salaries.
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2022-08-20 07:00:002022-08-20 15:00:00America/New_YorkRide to Give 2022
Summer is here... and that means it is time for our 2022 Ride to Give on the Silver Comet Trail!
Each year the ICF Cycling Team participate in the iRide to raises funds for specific needs of the schools we support. The 2022 Ride to Give will raise funds to educate underprivileged and illiterate teenagers in Atlanta and Jamaica!
Here is how you can participate:
Become a rider in the 2022 Ride to Give event, by clicking the Register to Ride button on this page.
Each rider is asked to raise funds in support of their ride, from their network of friends and family.
Riders will direct their donors to this page, and instruct them to click the Donate button at the top right to make donations.
Report to the start point, at mile marker 9 on the Silver Comet Trial, that is 1301 Richard D Sailors Pkway., Powder Springs, GA 30127. 7:00 a.m. on August 20, 2022.
Each rider will choose to ride either the 22-mile route or the 10-mile route.
Both routes will start at mile marker 9 on the Silver Comet Trial, that is, 1301 Richard D Sailors Pkway, Powder Springs, GA 30127.
The ride ends back at the start point, 1301 Richard D Sailors Pkway., Powder Springs, GA 30127.
At the end of the ride all riders will be served a hot Jamaican breakfast followed by a round of dominoes.
Each solo rider will be provided with an Integrity cycling jersey if they raise $500.00.
A family of 2 persons will be provided with 2 Integrity cycling jerseys if they raise $600.00, collectively.
A family of 3 or 4 persons will be provided up to 4 Integrity cycling jerseys if they raise $700.00, collectively.
Additional shirts can be purchased for $50.00 per jersey.
Riders are to provide their own shorts, helmet and shoes.
Please call 1-800-304-2862, if you need more information.
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 $1,200,000.00, and educated nearly 7,000 students from inner-city communities in Jamaica and Atlanta.