Biking for Babies

Biking For Babies

For the 13th year, Biking for Babies is sending out young adults from all sides of the country to spread awareness and fundraise for pregnancy resource centers in America, according to a press release sent last week.

This July, more than 50 college students and young adults plan to cycle a combined 4,000 miles for the babies, women, and families served by these pregnancy resource centers. Groups will leave from five states and converge in St. Louis on July 16th.

Executive Director Nikki Biese said this year's ride will be historic with "more missionaries, pregnancy resource centers and routes than ever before." They hope to raise $250,000 this year for their 56 partnered pregnancy resource centers. This will also be the first year with two Celebration of Life events: one in St. Louis and one in Arlington, Va. For more information on the event and how you can get involved, visit the Biking for Babies website.

July 1, 2022 - 2:12pm

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