Allan Friedman, friend and fundraiser for Yes She Can, and avid cyclist, is leading our Yes She Can Cycling Team again.
Bike to the Beach – Fundraiser – June 8
On June 8th, our cycling team will once again partner with Bike to the Beach to ride from Lower Manhattan to West Hampton, Long Island – a full century ride – to raise funds to support Yes She Can’s mission of helping young women with Autism develop job skills.
Sign up or donate today at: Bike to the Beach
Any questions, please contact: email@example.com .There are also volunteer opportunities available.
Bronx River Parkway – Fun Ride – June 10
Yes She Can is hosting a bike ride on the Bronx River Parkway starting in White Plains (which is closed to car traffic from 10 am to 2 pm). It is a fairly flat road but some hills and easy riding.
We will meet at Girl AGain boutique (10 Church Street White Plains, NY 10601) at 10:30 am and then ride together to the parkway entrance. Yes She Can will provide snacks, but do bring your own water bottle.
Wear your Yes She Can t-shirt or get one at the store on Sunday morning ($20).
Hear about it on BronxNet TV.
Free: register now
Bridges Ride for Autism – Fundraiser – July 15
On July 15th, join us for the Bridges Ride for Autism. This event is a fundraiser for autism organizations including Yes She Can. In the past three years we have been fortunate to be the recipient of grants from Bridges Ride for Autism. This ride is under 25 miles and we ride from South Street Seaport over the major bridges, through Central Park, and down the West Side Highway, ending back at the seaport.
and use the “note to merchant” field above the Place Order button to indicate you are riding with Yes She Can.
Learn more about Bridges Ride for Autism
We continue to seek opportunities to participate in rides that raise funds for Autism – if you have one you want to do, or know of one we should be doing, please contact our team Captain, Allan Friedman at firstname.lastname@example.org
If any of the above rides seem too long, or too short, for your cycling preferences and abilities, reach out to Allan who will work with you and the organizers to let you participate in one of their shorter or longer options. Trained as a leader in the Five Borough Bike Club of New York, Allan can help you confidently ride at the best level you can!
About Yes She Can:
Yes She Can is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that helps young women with autism develop transferable job skills through direct coaching by clinical professionals at Girl AGain boutique in White Plains, NY. For more information visit our website. Or contact Marjorie Madfis