The Lasallian Volunteers with Lasallians from across the country and world are planning a coast-to-coast bike ride from June 16 to August 13 called LVs Ride. The goal is to raise awareness of the staggering level of poverty in America and encourage people to connect with their communities and get involved. More than 13 national riders and many more regional and day trip riders will set out to bicycle 3,400 miles coast-to-coast.
Proceeds from LVs Ride directly benefit efforts of the Lasallian Volunteers. For more than 20 years, Lasallian Volunteers has provided dedicated, well-trained young men and women for one or more years of full-time volunteer service in economically challenged schools and agencies nationwide.
LVs Ride will share the Lasallian Mission while traveling across the nation with stops at Lasallian schools including De La Salle North Catholic in Portland, OR, De La Salle High School in Minneapolis, MN, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota in Winona, MN, Lewis University in Romeoville, IL, and Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, PA.
You can get involved by riding or supporting the trip with housing, meals or donations. You can even support us virtually by riding your bike in your own community. To find out more, contact Mari Anzicek, LV Director of Development, at (202) 529-0047 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.lvsride.com.