Anchor House Ride

Anchor House RideOn July 10th 2010, 200+ riders and support crew members will depart for a grueling one-week, 500 mile marathon ride that begins in Charlottesville,VA and end at Quaker Bridge Mall.

The goal:

To raise money necessary to keep open the doors of Trenton-based Anchor House. Your support will help to sustain its many programs available to the thousands of kids and their families whose lives that have been impacted by Anchor House for 32 years.

Anchor House, Inc. is a multi-service agency for runaway, homeless, abused, and at-risk youth and their families. For the past 30 years, Anchor House has committed its efforts to providing comprehensive, life-saving assistance to our most vulnerable population.

In 2009, several WWBPA members, including Ken Carlson, Jerry Foster, and Daryl McMillan, participated in the ride. You can read more about this year’s ride here.Anchor House Logo

To sign up (applications are due by March 5) or to sponsor the riders, go to anchorhouseride.org.

2 Responses to “Anchor House Ride”

  1. kcarlson says:

    Who’s the funny looking guy sitting on the guardrail in the photo??

  2. kcarlson says:

    The Anchor House ride is an incredible one week, rolling community experience. I will be doing it for my third year, and there are many local area residents (including 12 West Windsor residents last year) who take part, some who have done the ride for 10 plus years. It’s even fun when it rains!!

    Consider signing up. Once you do, you will never not do the ride (even if you move to Massachusetts!).

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