Support Local: ride with us in Illinois on July 15!

Join Pro-Lifers from miles around on a 9-mile ride along the Illinois Prairie Path on Saturday, July 15th at 10:00 a.m.

On this same day, teams of riders from the national Biking for Babies ride will be converging on St. Louis from locations around the country! The ride will start at Hoffman Park in Glen Ellyn, follow the path northwest to the turnaround point at Prairie Path Cycles in Winfield, and then return to Hoffman Park. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Christine Kania will be point person, and you can find other details on the Facebook event, linked here.

All donations will benefit Biking for Babies, a national organization that partners with local pregnancy centers to raise awareness and provide support for the work that they do to help pregnant women and their families. For the past three years, our local partner organization was Woman’s Choice Services in Lombard, which just combined forces with Waterleaf, our local partner PRC with for this year’s ride. The newly-merged organization runs a pregnancy medical clinic in Aurora and an education and resource center in Bolingbrook.

The suggested donation to participate is $10 per person or $20 for a family. Come join us for this fun local ride in its fourth year to support the Pro-Life cause!

 

Facebook Event: Biking for Babies Local Ride – Glen Ellyn, IL

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Biking for Babies Team

Biking for Babies brings together young adults across the nation with shared interests in promoting the pro-life mission of pregnancy resource clinics across our country. They happily give their time and talents freely to rebuild and rejuvenate the Culture of Life in America.

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