Cycling Across America to Support Save One Life!
This Sunday, June 17, cyclist Barry Haarde, age 46, who has severe hemophilia A, will start a coast-to-coast 3,667-mile bike ride to raise funds for Save One Life. The ride will start in Astoria, Oregon, and end in Portsmouth, New Hampshire where he will arrive on August 6. This is the first time someone will bike across America for hemophilia!
Will Barry be riding through your state? If so, celebrate or ride partway with him! Or, follow along with Barry on Facebook as he videotapes his ride. (By “joining” this event, you will be able to follow along with Barry’s ride. This does NOT mean you are “joining” him on his ride.)
To help support Barry with this great cause, donate now. We have already raised $19,000 but still need to raise $31,000 more to reach our goal of $50,000.
Save One Life is an international nonprofit, founded by Laurie Kelley that provides direct financial aid to impoverished people with bleeding disorders in 10 developing countries. For more information about Save One Life, go to www.saveonelife.net.
Barry Haarde’s ride is sponsored by Baxter