CACHE VALLEY MOUNTAIN BIKE TEAM
PLEASE HELP US GIVE BACK
From the very beginning, the Cache Gran Fondo has been a way to generate donations and raise awareness for charities and local causes. Originally funds were raised to pay for mammograms for uninsured women in Cache Valley, but with recent healthcare policy changes, these screening are now being covered in multiple ways, as well as through the funds provided. This year, we are opening up our options and including charities that need money to fund research, pay for services, and provide special opportunities for families and individuals. All funds will be donated IN YOUR NAME to the charity(s) you select. The Cache Gran Fondo will also make matching donations to these organizations as well.
We invite you to get involved with the fundraising opportunities listed below and during our online registration process. We thank you in advance for your generosity and support!
LOGAN REGIONAL HOSPITAL CANCER CENTER
In keeping with our tradition of supporting cancer services, our organization has made an annual donation to the Logan Regional Hospital Cancer Center, and we invite you join us. Riders can make donations online with their registration or directly to the Hospital's foundation at the following link [CLICK HERE]. To learn more about giving options at Logan Regional Hospital, [CLICK HERE]
The FAMILY PLACE
The Family Place is all about building stronger families in Cache and Rich Counties. Working with both parents and children, we are here to support good relationships and help develop new approaches to family life. We strive to build stronger families by hosting fun, family-focused events in the community as well as offer a variety of programs such as workshops, counseling, and our Kid’s Place. The Family Place will always be known as a place for families of all kinds. For more information, [CLICK HERE]
CACHE VALLEY FOR HOPE
Cache Valley for Hope's focus is to assist Cache Valley residents and their families with additional help and aide while they focus their energies and attention on fighting and recovering. As a donor, you have the opportunity, through a simple donation, to help individuals and families. We believe it is important that you are aware of just how vital and large an impact your donations can have. To learn more, [CLICK HERE]
MYELOMA CROWD FOUNDATION
Myeloma Crowd is a non-profit started by Multiple Myeloma survivor Jenny Ahlstrom, (Utah). Jenny created the Myeloma Crowd foundation along with a radio show, where she interviews Myeloma specialist from across the word weekly to find out what the most recent technologies are available for treating Multiple Myeloma.
Myeloma Crowd is a patient driven foundation with the intent to find a cure. 100% of funds that get donated go directly toward making promising treatments to become available through clinical trials. To learn more, https://www.myelomacrowd.org/ or [CLICK HERE]
Bike Utah is a statewide, nonprofit bicycle advocacy and education organization. They are working to make Utah the best place in the country to ride all types of bicycles. This means: more bicycle routes for riding, training, commuting, or just having fun on two (or three) wheels; better laws and education for drivers to keep bicyclists safe; getting elected officials and planners on bikes so they are proponents of better bicycling; and educating 3,000 kids every year about why bicycles are awesome. To learn more [CLICK HERE]
CACHE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL MOUNTAIN BIKE TEAM
The Utah High School Cycling League was organized in 2011 under the National Interscholastic Cycling Association to enable every Utah teen to strengthen body, mind and character and promote life-long health and fitness through cycling. The league facilitates the development of high school cycling teams/clubs for grades 9-12 and provides the education, training, licensing and insurance for coaches and volunteers. This year (2018) the Cache Valley Mountain Bike Team provided a Bike Valet to all our riders at the finish line, so riders can check a bike in, enjoy the expo and lunch, and have your bike watched over in a secure area. We pay for the set-up, but it is a fundraiser for the club so please bring a few extra dollars to tip the valets for the service.
To learn more about the team [CLICK HERE]