Raisin Hope in Philadelphia 2010!

Friday, September 4, 2009 at 11:44 pm Leave a comment

Raisin Hope Foundation

Raisin Hope Foundation

It will be happening in 2010, and will be the 2nd Annual Raisin Hope in Philadelphia charity ride. With your help, we will work towards traumatic brain injury becoming an injury that isn’t merely understood, but recoverable for most victims. High hopes are key- and goals. I enjoy helping out Saul’s foundation because I know that not everyone gets the same amount of excellent treatment and motivation to improve as Saul and I did; let’s change that.

The reason I’m bringing this up now is that I’ve spoken with Saul Raisin, the founder and brains behind the Raisin Hope Foundation, and he loves the idea of having a high-level event for the coming year! Philadelphia already has the Livestrong Challenge, but let’s start Raisin’ hope!

In order for this event to reach it’s full potential, we will need your help! Currently looking for sponsorship ideas, and looking for volunteers to head key needs of the ride (media awareness, route planning, volunteers, dealing with powers-that-be, etc).

Please email me if you’d like to get involved!



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