Ride Don't Hide - Greater Vancouver
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RIDE DON’T HIDE - Greater Vancouver
In Ride Don’t Hide Greater Vancouver you take care of your mental health and take care of your community. This June , ride. Or walk. Or run. Or dance. Do what you love while you do some good. Move for yourself, for mental health and for the people all around you.
Everyone's mental health needs increase. As the world continues to settle into a new normal. CMHA Vancouver-Fraser is responding as best we can to support our community's mental health. So today we are repositioning Ride Don't Hide as a virtual event - Ride Anytime, Anywhere. Ride Anytime, Anywhere between now and June 30th and support those struggling with mental health.
It’s heart-pumping and it’s heart-warming! Move for your mental health.
Ride Don’t Hide is a chance to…
HOW IT WORKS
Do what you love and ride your own way! Choose the physical activity you love and get ready to move in June. Choose whatever gets your heart beating strong for mental health. And do it for yourself, each other, and the cause.
ARE YOU IN? HERE’S WHAT TO DO!
1. Register and choose your own adventure – pick an activity that excites you.
2. Set your own goal for total minutes of activity in June 2022 (Pro tip – Don’t wait. Get started on your goal right away!)
3. Set up your personal Ride Don’t Hide page to track your activity and achievements.
4. Now go ahead and start raising funds . It costs $330 for CMHA to provide one more person with the community mental health programs, services and support they need, when they need them. (Pro-tip – You can send fundraising emails and post on your social media directly from your fundraising dashboard.)
5. Create or join a team of family and friends, or maybe in your workplace. (Your fundraising dashboard makes this easy, too.)
6. Ride! Or run, walk, jump rope, spin, do yoga, dance, climb stairs, lift weights, play tag with your kids…whatever gets your heart pumping for mental health. All through the month of June.
We’re not just a crowd. We’re a movement for mental health.