Fighting Poverty One Pedal at a Time

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By Rod Anderson , CP Cartoonist
August 22, 2013|9:43 am
Fighting Poverty One Pedal At a Time

 More than 120 cyclists who have raised $1.8 million so far to fight global poverty by riding their bicycles across the U.S and Canada are scheduled to go through New York this week, ending their tour on Saturday in Staten Island.

The Sea to Sea 2013 Bike Tour is a nine-week, 3,900-mile cycling trek across North America designed to raise awareness and funds in support of those living in poverty around the world. The tour is sponsored by the Reformed Church in America, Partners Worldwide, and World Renew – the disaster relief arm of the Christian Reformed Church in North America.

The money raised benefits local, national and international agencies fighting poverty.

Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/cyclists-riding-across-north-america-raise-1-8-million-to-fight-global-poverty-102598/#GGhSajtBHzA26ROE.99

 

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