The first summer of a new decade calls for action, so, I will again be riding in Bike4Chai in support of Camp Simcha (campsimcha.org).
This year, as we know, everything is different. But while this year's ride won't be a 180-mile journey through NY, NJ and PA with Camp Simcha as the finish line, I will be riding 80, 100 or 120-miles (still TBD) on August 13th. Along the way, I will join my fellow riders and the campers for a lunch pit-stop at Camp Simcha.
For years, Camp Simcha has been running a remarkable overnight camp that provides seriously ill children with a vacation from sickness, restoring their spirits and renewing their determination to fight. Camp Simcha is an oasis of fun, joy and peace for the kids.
I'm not exagerating when I say that Camp Simcha is pulling out all the stops to somehow, someway open "Camp Simcha Without Borders" this summer.
Now, more than ever, the kids of Camp Simcha need your support. On top of everything else the kids face each day, the coronavirus has touched many of them and their families as well. Chai Lifeline's crisis intervention team has been available 24 hrs a day and has spent countless hours helping families deal with the most devastating situations.
But, enough talk. My goal is to raise $5,000+ and I hope you will join and help me reach this goal. (All donations are 100% tax-deductible.)
Click here: https://www.bike4chai.com/harvey
Thank you for your support. It means a lot to me and even more to the kids of Camp Simcha.