Raised:
$12,403
49%Goal:
$25,000

Truro

Hosted by TREY Trauma Recovery for Exploited Youth

44Participants9Teams4Charities9Volunteers10°C

What moves you? Join us on October 5, 2019 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.

About TREY Trauma Recovery for Exploited Youth

Nova Scotia is considered a source province for Sex Trafficking. Most calls to crime stoppers are concerning sex trafficking.


TREY is a non-profit faith based organization that embraces the creativity and uniqueness of survivors of sex trafficking, and endeavors to be an instrument of healing.


TREY provides a long term (up to 3 years) safe, restorative family environment for women ages 16 and up. We take a holistic approach addressing the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual aspects of healing.


TREY's program encourages physical activity (hiking, biking, kayaking, swimming etc.) We provide Music, Art, and Animal (horses, and dogs) therapies, as well as psychotherapy in coordination with services in the community.


We offer, court support, life skill development and advocate for higher education.


TREY's desire is for victims of sex trafficking to not only consider themselves a survivor but a THRIVER as they discover the freedom to become all God created them to be.

Community Sponsors

Truro is super grateful for our fantastic 2019 sponsors! View all sponsors >

Truro 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

Hub Tune Up Helpers

Cheryl McLeod

8

3,962.00

2

Team Pearce

Norman Pearce

5

2,290.00

3

Sue's Shoes

sue taylor

1

1,270.00

4

Souls Harbour Heroes

Taylor Giffen

10

875.00

5

Blue Lobsters 3

Maddie Empey

6

638.00

6

Women On Wheels

Darlene Marshall

4

625.00

7

Britemacs

Karen MacLeod

2

390.00

8

Team Nova

Emily Pelley

2

150.00

9

Esperanza

Julia Cameron

2

#

Name

Team Name

Donors

Raised

1

sue taylor

Sue's Shoes

48

1,250.00

2

Norman Pearce

Team Pearce

10

1,160.00

3

Carla Shaw

Hub Tune Up Helpers

5

800.00

4

Deborah Carroll

Hub Tune Up Helpers

16

745.00

5

Jeff Vroom

Team Pearce

21

535.00

6

Cheryl McLeod

Hub Tune Up Helpers

11

510.00

7

Stacey Morgan

Women On Wheels

11

430.00

8

Kristi Garrido

Souls Harbour Heroes

9

340.00

9

Crystal Hill

Team Pearce

9

335.00

10

Maddie Empey

Blue Lobsters 3

4

308.00

11

Kelsey Withrow

Souls Harbour Heroes

4

250.00

12

Michael Fredericks

Team Pearce

6

210.00

13

Taylor Giffen

Souls Harbour Heroes

6

200.00

14

Karen MacLeod

Britemacs

6

190.00

15

Laura Reid

Hub Tune Up Helpers

7

185.00

16

Kent MacLeod

Britemacs

4

150.00

17

Emily Pelley

Team Nova

1

150.00

18

Rebecca Gray

Blue Lobsters 3

2

150.00

19

Emma Gray

Blue Lobsters 3

2

150.00

20

Larry Dickie

Women On Wheels

1

75.00

21

Dawn Burgess-Dickie

Women On Wheels

1

75.00

22

Martin Wall

1

65.00

23

Darci Forrest

Souls Harbour Heroes

2

60.00

24

Darlene Marshall

Women On Wheels

2

45.00

25

Kathy MacKay

Hub Tune Up Helpers

1

40.00

26

Lenka Wicha

Blue Lobsters 3

1

30.00

27

Riley LeBlanc

Souls Harbour Heroes

1

25.00

28

Kevin Sleigh

Esperanza

29

Paul Tingley

Team Pearce

30

Ila Matheson

Blue Lobsters 3

31

Mengjia Shang

Blue Lobsters 3

32

Travis Pelley

Team Nova

33

Sherry LeBlanc

Souls Harbour Heroes

34

Julia Cameron

Esperanza

35

Melissa Roberts

Hub Tune Up Helpers

36

Beverley Bone

Souls Harbour Heroes

#

Charity

Teams

Participants

Raised Here

1

TREY Trauma Recovery for Exploited Youth

6

22

8,687.00

2

Souls Harbour Rescue Mission

1

10

875.00

3

WUSC/EUMC

1

6

638.00

4

Missionary Ventures Canada

1

2

Truro Maps

All routes are generously marked with bright RIDE signage, staffed by friendly volunteers, and include rest stops with snacks along the way.

Event Day Details

Save the date - RIDE Day is October 5, 2019!

A big thanks to the 9 team captains,40+ participants, 4 charities and many volunteers coming this Saturday - looking forward to seeing you all there! Cheryl, Pam + TREY/Truro Team


StartGoogle Map

NSCC Campus

36 Arthur Street

Salon off the Cafeteria


Times

Here's the schedule for the RIDE:

  • 8:30am - Registration opens
  • 9:30am - Opening Ceremonies
  • 10:00am - Send-off!
  • All distances
  • 10:30am - Registration closes
  • 11:00am - Lunch service begins
  • 2:00pm - Lunch service ends
  • 2:00pm - Route closes

Yummy Food on RIDE Day

  • There will be snacks at rest stops, and lunch will be available for participants when they return from their ride or walk.
  • We are not able to accommodate food sensitivities/allergies. If you have a dietary restriction, bring along some extra food/snacks.


Registration

All riders, walkers, and volunteers must:

  • Check in
  • Wear their event wristband once registered
  • Participants 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.

Fundraising Minimums + Registration Fees:

  • Children 0-10: Free to participate (but you’ll have to fundraise $75 to earn a t-shirt)
  • Youth 11-17: Fundraise $75 or more to earn your RIDE t-shirt or pay the $25 registration fee
  • Adults 18+: Fundraise $150 or more to earn the RIDE t-shirt or pay the $25 registration fee
  • Note: The registration fee increases to $40 on Monday, September 30th.


Have questions? Visit our FAQ section!


RIDE T-Shirts

RIDE T-shirts are available on event day (while supplies last) and are available in sizes Youth S to Adult 3XL.


Route Details

Biking: 10 km, 25km, 50km | Walking: 5km

  • Rest stops are available on all routes.
  • Route marshals, rest stop attendants, and sweep vehicle drivers will provide support along the route.
  • All participants 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
  • Joggers are permitted on the walking route, but must head to the front of the group.


What to Bring

  • Cheques made out to Ride for Refuge and cash donations
  • A completed Pledge Form or My Results Form if you’re bringing cash or cheques
  • You're 17 years and under, or
  • You didn’t sign up online before event day
  • A cell phone for emergencies (recommended but not required)
  • A helmet is mandatory for all riders
  • Extra food or snacks if you have allergies or food sensitivities
  • 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 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


Truro

Cheryl McLeod Event Director - Truro
Toll Free 1.877.743.3413 / Phone 519.603.2250
Email truro@rideforrefuge.org

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