Raised:
$10,105
40%Goal:
$25,000

Truro

Hosted by TREY Trauma Recovery for Exploited Youth

28Participants8Teams1Charities0Volunteers

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 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 2020 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

Shaw/Moir Family

Carla Shaw

4

2,221.00

2

Team George

Pamela Mollins MacLeod

5

1,815.00

3

Team Hayden

Kevin & Kilah Hayden

1

1,110.00

4

Road Rally

Michael Fredericks

6

1,094.25

5

Hub Tune Up Helpers

Cheryl McLeod

3

475.00

6

Valley Rally Boomers

Kathy MacKay

4

210.00

7

Better Late than Never

Ben Grosvenor

1

200.00

8

Carroll

Deborah carroll

1

100.00

#

Name

Team Name

Activity

Raised

1

Kevin & Kilah Hayden

Team Hayden

Outdoors

910.00

2

Carla Shaw

Shaw/Moir Family

Walk 5km

900.00

3

Kevin MacLeod

Team George

Outdoors

700.00

4

Steve Shaw

Shaw/Moir Family

Walk 5km

551.00

5

Pamela Mollins MacLeod

Team George

Outdoors

425.00

6

Michael Fredericks

Road Rally

Outdoors

424.25

7

Sue Taylor

Team George

Walk 5km

390.00

8

Cheryl McLeod

Hub Tune Up Helpers

Volunteer

285.00

9

Justin Muers

Road Rally

Challenge

210.00

10

Elizabeth McGarrigle

Road Rally

Challenge

210.00

11

Ben Grosvenor

Better Late than Never

Ride 25km

200.00

12

Rebecca Shaw

Shaw/Moir Family

Walk 5km

145.00

13

Kathy MacKay

Valley Rally Boomers

Outdoors

125.00

14

Hannah Marriott

Road Rally

Challenge

125.00

15

Norman Pearce

Road Rally

Challenge

125.00

16

Deborah carroll

Carroll

Walk 5km

100.00

17

Sam McLeod

Hub Tune Up Helpers

Challenge

95.00

18

Owen McLeod

Hub Tune Up Helpers

Challenge

95.00

19

Donald MacKay

Valley Rally Boomers

Outdoors

35.00

20

Sue Murray

Valley Rally Boomers

Outdoors

25.00

21

John Murray

Valley Rally Boomers

Outdoors

25.00

22

Fakey McFakename

Road Rally

Challenge

23

Margaret (Daisy) Roberts

Walk 5km

24

sue taylor

Walk 5km

25

Paul Mollins

Team George

Ride 25km

26

Roxy Mollins

Team George

Ride 25km

#

Charity

Teams

Participants

Raised Here

1

TREY Trauma Recovery for Exploited Youth

8

25

7,225.25

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 time


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)


Saturday, October 3 - 8am- 10am


at Immanuel Baptist Church

295 Young Street

Truro, NS

B2N 3Y4


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


TREY Trauma Recovery for Exploited Youth

Cheryl McLeod Event Director - Truro Location
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