Raised:
$25,490
25%Goal:
$100,000

Fraser Valley

Hosted by Cloverdale Community Kitchen

79Participants24Teams13Charities0Volunteers12Days Left

The RIDE will happen as scheduled on Saturday, October 3, 2020! However, Covid-related health risks and operational challenges won't permit us to assemble in large groups. So instead, we'll gather virtually, self-organizing in smaller, covid-friendly teams or groups as permitted.

Let's keep our RIDE location communities going! Register for the same RIDE location as last year - or, if you are new, register in a location you're within an hour of.

About Cloverdale Community Kitchen

The Cloverdale Community Kitchen serves more than 15,000 meals a year. The fund raised through this year's Ride for Refuge will keep our kitchen operating, and will help us continue to provide food and care to those in need in our community.

Community Sponsors

Fraser Valley is super grateful for our fantastic 2020 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Fraser Valley 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
Charities

#

Team Name

Captain

Members

Raised

1

The Ratanak Open Team

Catherine Torres

23

7,130.00

2

Stella's Riders

Gary Klassen

3

5,720.00

3

Team Ting Ting!

Robert Skleryk

4

3,925.00

4

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Doris Olafsen

11

3,400.00

5

Wycliffe SRA in Langley

Mary Ellen Faust

2

2,155.00

6

Fraser Valley AIMers

Paul Evans

3

1,500.00

7

Ride with Lifeteams

Jen Hubbard

4

1,470.00

8

May we echo the Mercy we've been shown

Christine Hallman

2

1,350.00

9

Healing Sisters

Janaya Borst

7

1,130.00

10

Hope for Stella's

Darlene Klassen

1

800.00

11

CCK Refuge Riders

Courtney van den Boogaard

2

750.00

12

younggunsgarage

matthew Adam

2

720.00

13

Newton For New Hope

Celia Hill

3

680.00

14

Mercy Canada Riders

Leanne Hunt

5

640.00

15

Divine Dashers

Janet Coghlan

5

210.00

16

Credo Cubs

Jerry Scholtens

1

200.00

17

Riding for Hope

Alyssa VanderPloeg

2

190.00

18

Grace and Friends

Grace Tobin

2

50.00

19

Pacific Youth 2020

Prince Thomas

1

20

Freedom Riders

Sheri Alstad

2

21

An Evening with Friends

Jen Temple

1

22

Team Strong and Free

Tara Teng

3

23

Tydeman's Troopers

Michelle Tydeman

2

24

CCK Easy Riders

Lindsay Rempel

1

#

Name

Team Name

Activity

Raised

1

Gary Klassen

Stella's Riders

Ride 25km

4,200.00

2

Doris Olafsen

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Ride 25km

2,750.00

3

Robert Skleryk

Team Ting Ting!

Ride 50km

2,300.00

4

Mary Ellen Faust

Wycliffe SRA in Langley

Ride 50km

1,205.00

5

Jen Hubbard

Ride with Lifeteams

Ride 50km

1,195.00

6

Mitch Clancey

Team Ting Ting!

Ride 50km

1,025.00

7

Susan Hitchman

Wycliffe SRA in Langley

Ride 50km

900.00

8

Christine Hallman

May we echo the Mercy we've been shown

Walk 5km

850.00

9

Derek and Marielle Mowbray

The Ratanak Open Team

Walk 5km

800.00

10

Darlene Klassen

Hope for Stella's

Walk 5km

800.00

11

matthew Adam

younggunsgarage

Ride 50km

720.00

12

Catherine Torres

The Ratanak Open Team

Fitness

660.00

13

Tina Cheung

Healing Sisters

Arts and Crafts

625.00

14

Angela Evans

Fraser Valley AIMers

Walk 5km

595.00

15

Paul Evans

Fraser Valley AIMers

Challenge

555.00

16

Tom Devlin

Team Ting Ting!

Ride 50km

500.00

17

Yvonne Hogenes

May we echo the Mercy we've been shown

Walk 5km

500.00

18

Jayson Chabot

Mercy Canada Riders

Walk 5km

500.00

19

Celia Hill

Newton For New Hope

Challenge

480.00

20

Courtney van den Boogaard

CCK Refuge Riders

Volunteer

400.00

21

Alison Holmes

Ride with Lifeteams

Ride 50km

275.00

22

Peter Brooke

The Ratanak Open Team

Walk 5km

220.00

23

Mark Robinson

LordMyRock

Outdoors

200.00

24

Jerry Scholtens

Credo Cubs

Ride 25km

200.00

25

Neil Barkman

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 10km

200.00

26

Jesse Mauel

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Walk 5km

175.00

27

Linda Wilkinson

Southside Psychlers

Walk 5km

150.00

28

Val Thomas

Healing Sisters

Outdoors

130.00

29

Dianne Piesche

Newton For New Hope

Challenge

130.00

30

Janet Coghlan

Divine Dashers

Walk 5km

120.00

31

Rovaleen Sta. Maria

The Ratanak Open Team

Fitness

115.00

32

Leanne Hunt

Mercy Canada Riders

Walk 5km

100.00

33

Heather Chua

CCK Refuge Riders

Food Fun

100.00

34

Ezra Barkman

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 10km

100.00

35

Janaya Borst

Healing Sisters

Words

95.00

36

Joel Flores

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 10km

80.00

37

Colin van der Kuur

Newton For New Hope

Challenge

70.00

38

George Coghlan

Divine Dashers

Ride 10km

50.00

39

Grace Tobin

Grace and Friends

Fitness

50.00

40

Kari Miedema

Team Splane for New Hope

Ride 25km

50.00

41

Jillian Murphy

Mercy Canada Riders

Fitness

40.00

42

Joan Ogrodnick

Divine Dashers

Walk 5km

20.00

43

Louise Charette

Divine Dashers

Walk 5km

20.00

44

Liam Olafsen

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Ride 50km

45

Joshua Olafsen

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Ride 50km

46

Romay Rahn

Stella's Riders

Ride 25km

47

Michelle Tydeman

Tydeman's Troopers

Walk 5km

48

Keziah Olafsen

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Walk 5km

49

Livia Olafsen

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Walk 5km

50

Kate Olafsen

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Walk 5km

51

Lindsay Rempel

CCK Easy Riders

Ride 10km

52

Cleah Susi

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 25km

53

Pat Tydeman

Tydeman's Troopers

Walk 5km

54

Aubert Bigirimana

Ride 50km

55

Alyssa VanderPloeg

Riding for Hope

Ride 25km

56

Charles Boname

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 50km

57

Vanessa Boname

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 50km

58

Elise Boname

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 50km

59

Chalie Howes

Team Strong and Free

Ride 10km

60

Mackenzie Mauel

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Walk 5km

61

Jerome Susi

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 25km

62

Mike Olynyk

younggunsgarage

Ride 50km

63

Tara Teng

Team Strong and Free

Walk 5km

64

Lois Torres

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 25km

65

Richard Reyes

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 25km

66

Prince Thomas

Pacific Youth 2020

Ride 25km

67

Sydney Tilstra

Ride with Lifeteams

Ride 50km

68

Tessa van de Poll

Grace and Friends

Ride 25km

69

Travis Olafsen

Ray of Light for Opportunity

Ride 50km

70

Jen Temple

An Evening with Friends

Ride 50km

71

Heather LeBaron

Divine Dashers

Walk 5km

72

Emma Gamache

Team Kozloff

Ride 10km

73

Racquel Ellano

The Ratanak Open Team

Fitness

74

Jo-Anne Morris

Opportunity Canada

Arts and Crafts

75

Candace Tweed

For Stella

Ride 10km

76

Amelia Boname

The Ratanak Open Team

Ride 50km

#

Charity

Teams

Participants

Raised Here

1

Ratanak International

1

23

7,130.00

2

Stella's Voice

2

4

6,520.00

3

Cloverdale Community Kitchen

5

9

4,675.00

4

Opportunity International Canada

1

11

3,400.00

5

Mercy Canada

4

16

3,120.00

6

Greater Vancouver Youth Unlimited

3

8

2,190.00

7

Wycliffe Bible Translators

1

2

2,155.00

8

Africa Inland Mission (AIM)

1

3

1,500.00

9

New Hope Community Services

1

3

680.00

10

Primate's World Relief & Dev...

1

5

210.00

11

Medical Ministry International

1

1

200.00

12

Inner Hope Youth Ministries

1

2

190.00

13

Joy Smith Foundation Inc.

2

5

50.00

2019 RIDE Photos

Photo Credit: Bev Rennick & Debbie Preuss

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Event Day Details

Save the date - RIDE Day is October 3, 2020!

The Ride for Refuge is a family-friendly cycling and walking fundraising event. Team Captains select their charity of choice when they start their team.


Start

There are no official RIDE locations this year. Teams will self-organize in smaller groups, following all COVID-related protocols for safety. Ask your captain for details on the plan for your team.


Times

This year you can sleep in a little longer if you want. Teams and individuals are free to gather at a time that is convenient for all of you.


Outdoor T-shirt Pick-up times


Team Captains, participants or one member of a family may pick up your t-shirts if you've qualified ($150 raised for adults, $75 for those 17 and under) at one of these two times.


Thursday, October 1 - 4pm-7pm

or

Saturday, October 3 - 8am- 11am


at Cloverdale Community Kitchen

5337 180 St,

Surrey, BC

V3S 4K5


Please wear a mask. Queue up 6 feet apart from the next person in line, and we'll move through the process cheerfully and quickly, celebrating your fundraising in the safest way possible.


Registration

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


Waiver Details

Everyone on your team must register online before event day.

  • 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.

Handling Money

  • 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.


Route Details

Safety First!

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

  • 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 the RIDE Head Office by phone or email.
  • All 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.


What to Bring

Common Sense Mainly!

  • 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, filled with icy cold water
  • A passion for the charity you're riding or walking for
  • 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!

Contact Us


Cloverdale Community Kitchen

Courtney van den Boogaard Manager of Community Engagement
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