Raised:
$42,832
133%Goal:
$32,000

New Hope Community Services

Hosting an in-person event in Surrey - Whalley, BC

73Participants16Teams

What moves you? Join us on October 2, 2021 for the Ride for Refuge, a family-friendly cycling and walking fundraiser that supports charities who provide refuge and hope for displaced, vulnerable, and exploited people everywhere.

Event Day Details

Save the date - RIDE Day is October 2, 2021!

The Ride for Refuge is a family-friendly cycling and walking fundraising event.

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New Hope Community Services

13478 Hilton Road

Surrey, BC


Parking is available on the street (Hilton Road) or on any of the surrounding neighbourhood streets. We are also located near Gateway station (7-10 minute walk).


We have planned a 5km walking route, a 10km marked cycling route, and a 25km recommended (unmarked) route, with our building as the start/finish location

Important Notes

Check-in

Check-in will be done on site as you arrive to ensure we have a record of all participating. Please arrive before 8:45 am to ensure you are ready to go at our start time.


Schedule of Events:

  • 8:30 – Registration/check in
  • 9:00 – Opening Ceremonies
  • 9:10 – 25km start time
  • 9:25 – 10km ride/5 km walk start time
  • 10:45-12:00 – Snacks and games in back lot with New Hope residents, end of event

RIDE T-Shirts

For those who raise $150+ (adults) or $75+ (youth), we’ll be thanking you for your efforts with a sweet, super-soft RIDE t-shirt that you’ll be proud to wear (and maybe even brag about)!


Have questions? Visit the FAQ section!

Route Details

Safety First! If your team is outside on Event Day, keep a close eye on everyone, their plans, whereabouts, and safety.

  • Check out the maps below.
  • Youth and children should always be supervised.
  • In case of any accident or injury, immediately call 911 for emergency support.
  • If an accident does occur, please contact Kyla (National Director of Events) 519-503-9186.
  • Participants are expected to be aware of and respect all Covid-related health and safety guidelines for their area, including but not limited to exercising social distancing protocols and wearing masks as required.

Handling Money

We cannot process cash or cheques at our in-person event. Here's what you can do:

  • Credit Card: The Best Option! Simple, secure, automatically tax receipted for gifts of $20+. Visit the Donate page, share your personal page link, or have your donor call the RIDE Head Office.
  • Cheques: The Old Faithful - made out to “Ride for Refuge” with your name on the Memo line. Mail them to the RIDE Head Office along with your completed pledge sheet.
  • Cash: You have 2 options:
  • 1. Login to FundHub, click “Enter $$ and Cheques,” create pledges for your cash donations, pay them off with your personal credit card, and keep the cash. OR...
  • 2. Write a cheque (made out to “Ride for Refuge”) for the total amount of cash you’ve collected. Mail it to the RIDE Head Office with your completed pledge sheet.

Waivers

All participants must register online this year and accept the electronic waiver.

  • When they register online, they will automatically accept an electronic waiver, which is all that is needed for adults.
  • If you have youth or children on your team, they will need to have their parent or guardian sign a printed paper waiver.

What to Bring

A few common sense suggestions:

  • A cell phone for emergencies (recommended but not required)
  • A helmet is mandatory for all riders
  • A face mask
  • Snacks in case you get hungry
  • Your bike or walking shoes
  • Your own water bottle
  • A passion for New Hope!
  • Warm layers with moisture-repelling clothing in case it's cold or windy. Late September / early October weather can be cool, with rain and wind. The weather might also be gorgeous and sunny. Be sure to keep your eye on the forecast!

Surrey - Whalley Maps

Check out this year's Ride for Refuge route maps below:

5kmView + print!

Walk from New Hope to Holland Park

10kmView + print!

Follows the Surrey Neighbourhood Cycling Route from New Hope to Robin Park

25kmView + print!

Goes past the 5km rest stop at Robin Park, through Fraser Heights to the loop at Tynehead Regional Park, and back to New Hope. Route is only marked until the rest stop.

New Hope Community Services Scoreboard

Are you thrashing the competition (for a good cause)? Find out here! Stats are updated every 15 minutes. See how you stack up on the national scoreboard >

Teams
Participants

#

Team Name

Captain

Members

Raised

1

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Mindy Kozloff

9

7,300.00

2

New Hope Faithful

Jack Taylor

4

6,910.00

3

Team NWLB New Hope

Brenda Crowe

12

3,180.00

4

Newton for New Hope

Celia Hill

2

2,980.00

5

New Hope Grinders

Justin Vaughan

2

2,900.00

6

Village Plodders

David Carson

2

2,865.00

7

Team Village for New Hope

Emerson Mendoza

9

2,790.00

8

Team Splane for New Hope

Sophia Splane

4

2,002.00

9

New Hope Community Services

Ann Barnard Ball

2

1,900.00

10

Reimagine Church

Joanna Imoo

2

1,795.00

11

Team LEE for New Hope

Kenric Lee

8

1,725.00

12

The Turkey Club

Megan Good

4

1,700.00

13

New Hope Mansells

Yehuda Mansell

5

1,500.00

14

Team Faries for New Hope

Charlotte Faries

2

1,380.00

15

Ready Set Go!

Heather Beckett

2

930.00

16

Team Archer for New Hope

Sarah Archer

2

700.00

#

Name

Team Name

Activity

Raised

1

Jack Taylor

New Hope Faithful

Ride 25km

5,385.00

2

Justin Vaughan

New Hope Grinders

Ride 50km

2,800.00

3

Celia Hill

Newton for New Hope

Big Goal

2,410.00

4

David Carson

Village Plodders

Walk 5km

1,965.00

5

Ann Barnard Ball

New Hope Community Services

Walk 5km

1,625.00

6

Lyle Kozloff

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Ride 10km

1,620.00

7

Charlotte Faries

Team Faries for New Hope

Walk 5km

1,380.00

8

Joanna Imoo

Reimagine Church

Walk 5km

1,245.00

9

luca kozloff

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Ride 10km

1,140.00

10

Ada Kozloff

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Ride 10km

1,140.00

11

Yehuda Mansell

New Hope Mansells

Ride 50km

1,000.00

12

Todd Fierbach

The Turkey Club

Walk 5km

1,000.00

13

Carolyn Agnew

Village Plodders

Walk 5km

900.00

14

Collette Bullock

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

800.00

15

Blaine Neufeld

Team Village for New Hope

Ride 25km

800.00

16

Sophia Splane

Team Splane for New Hope

Ride 25km

780.00

17

Mindy Kozloff

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Ride 10km

780.00

18

Mark Buhler

New Hope Faithful

Walk 5km

625.00

19

Kenric Lee

Team LEE for New Hope

Ride 10km

600.00

20

Dustin Laird

Newton for New Hope

Walk 5km

570.00

21

Anthony Splane

Team Splane for New Hope

Ride 25km

550.00

22

Heather Beckett

Ready Set Go!

Walk 5km

530.00

23

Erickson Yan

Team LEE for New Hope

Walk 5km

500.00

24

Jen Townsend

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Ride 10km

500.00

25

Emily Beckett

Ready Set Go!

Walk 5km

400.00

26

Robert Lee

New Hope Faithful

Walk 5km

375.00

27

Mackenzie Powell

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

370.00

28

Taylor Acorn

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Volunteer

365.00

29

Kari Miedema

Team Splane for New Hope

Ride 10km

362.00

30

Sarah Archer

Team Archer for New Hope

Walk 5km

325.00

31

Kaylie Arsenault

Team Village for New Hope

Ride 25km

315.00

32

Dana Russell

The Turkey Club

Walk 5km

300.00

33

Joe Abbinante

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

300.00

34

Dr Justin Dennison

New Hope Community Services

Ride 25km

275.00

35

Liane Jagger

Walk 5km

275.00

36

Morgan Powell

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

275.00

37

Shelly Desilva

Team Village for New Hope

Ride 25km

250.00

38

Dale Barkman

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Ride 10km

250.00

39

Jacquelyn Shrimer

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Ride 10km

230.00

40

Yosef Mamouler

New Hope Faithful

Walk 5km

225.00

41

Gary Powell

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

225.00

42

Margaret Cook

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

205.00

43

Carter Tangeman

New Hope Mansells

Ride 25km

200.00

44

Megan Yusep

Team Village for New Hope

Ride 25km

200.00

45

Colin Kroeger

The Turkey Club

Walk 5km

200.00

46

Joe Jung

Team Village for New Hope

Ride 25km

200.00

47

Hannah Stuart

Team Splane for New Hope

Ride 25km

180.00

48

Amanda Hinterberger

Team LEE for New Hope

Walk 5km

175.00

49

Nathan Archer

Team Archer for New Hope

Ride 10km

175.00

50

Brenda Crowe

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

170.00

51

Byrna Armstrong

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

160.00

52

Amanda Koning

Team Kozloff for New Hope

Ride 10km

150.00

53

Mike Hinterberger

Team LEE for New Hope

Walk 5km

150.00

54

Bri Bjorgan

Team Village for New Hope

Ride 25km

150.00

55

Colin Lancelot

Team Village for New Hope

Ride 25km

150.00

56

Justin Atwood

Team Village for New Hope

Ride 25km

150.00

57

Barry Crowe

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

150.00

58

Emerson Mendoza

Team Village for New Hope

Ride 25km

150.00

59

Eric Crowe

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

125.00

60

Brenda Vaughan

New Hope Grinders

Ride 25km

100.00

61

Archie Calaguas

Team LEE for New Hope

Walk 5km

100.00

62

Ryan Wiens

New Hope Mansells

Ride 10km

100.00

63

Kate Wiens

New Hope Mansells

Ride 10km

100.00

64

Lisa Lee

Team LEE for New Hope

Ride 25km

100.00

65

Megan Good

The Turkey Club

Walk 5km

100.00

66

Daniela Zafra

Team LEE for New Hope

Ride 10km

100.00

67

Brian and the Boys Crowe

Team NWLB New Hope

Ride 10km

100.00

68

Andrea Abbinante

Team NWLB New Hope

Walk 5km

100.00

69

Jeff & Amber Wiens

New Hope Mansells

Ride 10km

50.00

70

Timothy Faries

Team Faries for New Hope

Ride 25km

71

Jinhee Choe

Reimagine Church

Ride 10km

72

Felicity Baird

Walk 5km

About New Hope Community Services

The mission of New Hope is to provide housing and resettlement services for refugees and vulnerable immigrants. While doing this, New Hope builds community and connection among newcomers and established Canadians. New Hope was created in 2004 by a small group of caring people who saw refugees and immigrants struggling to find safe, affordable housing and a community that would welcome them in. For the past 16 years, New Hope has supported the vulnerable and displaced through transitional housing, life skills training, mentorship, and referrals to other organizations, but the thing that makes New Hope unique is the relationships that are built with and among immigrants and established Canadians.


In January 2016 we opened a 13 unit multi-family apartment building in Surrey. We are pleased to have 10 refugee families living in community with 3 long-term Canadian families. It is amazing to see the progress that New Canadians make when living with love, support and guidance.

Contact Us


New Hope Community Services

Ann Barnard Ball Executive Director
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 519.603.2250
Email info@rideforrefuge.org

Got questions about the Ride for Refuge?
info@rideforrefuge.org | 1.877.743.3413