Sixth Annual ‘Bike for Boobs’ chooses local breast cancer charity as sole beneficiary
Many people look to make a difference every October for
On Sunday, Oct. 14, Bike for Boobs invites community members to grab their bikes and join dozens of supporters in pink for an afternoon rendezvous in Point Loma. The extended road ride – planned to take place around Fiesta Island, Shelter Island and Harbor Island – is set to commence at 2 p.m. The leisurely group ride around Shelter Island begins at 3 p.m., then all are invited back to The Wine Pub for drinks, light appetizers, live music, an auction and more.
“Receiving the devastating news that you’re fighting for your life is dire and the financial strain treatment puts on families only adds to the devastation,” said Hanshaw. “The money raised at this year’s event is making a local impact and ensuring our neighbors are getting financial support to continue to pay rent and put food on the table while receiving treatment. Shades of Pink Foundation California is truly the perfect fit.”
To date, the homegrown bike ride has raised over $35,000 for national
“I was very excited when we received contact from Sandy about partnering with her on the Bikes of Boobs event,” said Vembra Holnagel, president of Shades of Pink California. “This event spoke to us because Sandy is unique in that she is a breast cancer survivor and understands the financial stress the women Shades of Pink California serve. Also, as biking is such a popular local sport, it seemed a perfect match to serve local women with a local sport.”
To join the ride against breast cancer, reserve your spot with a suggested $25 donation. The Wine Pub also accepts donations to the Shades of Pink Foundation California from those who cannot attend.
For those interested in sponsoring the event, please contact Sandy Hanshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.thewinepubsd.com (see top of first page) or visit bit.ly/2CNUhKy
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