Chicago Russian Riders has partnered with Creatively Caring, a local non-profit organization, for the “Kids Against Hunger” food drive. We ask that if you plan to attend to the CRR annual ride this year, that you please consider bringing healthy food items to donate. The items must not require refrigeration: boxed cereal, breakfast or protein bars, granola, etc. All of the food collected will be donated to the local pantry for people in need.
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June 10, 9-10 PM
You don’t have to go far out of your way to give back to the community, and Chicago Russian Riders’ food drive will be an excellent example of that. We want to show to everyone that a little goes a long way, and we want you to be a part of it!
Bring one or more food items that don’t require refrigeration (boxed cereal, breakfast or protein bars, granola, etc.) to the meet up place on June 10, 9-10AM and look for the Creatively Caring table. Donate. That’s it.
100% of Donations will go to the local food pantry.
Would you like to snap a picture of your kiddo on a bike?
If you are coming with a child, we are pretty sure we’ll find a shiny bike for a picture perfect moment. Don’t forget a camera
Have a Motorcycle?
If you have a motorcycle, you are more than welcome to join the ride – it is not only for Russians. The ride will start at 10 AM to Lake Geneva and back (with a lunch stop).
About Creatively Caring
Their mission is to provide opportunities for families to get involved in hands-on community service projects that help people, animals, and the environment. Creatively Caring works with local businesses and non-profit organizations to enrich our community through fun, family service projects. Diverse families with children of all ages are encouraged to participate in our projects, which help people, animals and the environment. By taking an active part in community service, our youth develop self-confidence and cultivate a greater sense of responsibility, tolerance and empathy for others. When we plant these values as seeds in our children, they grow with our children and eventually become an integral part of their core beliefs. Children then feel empowered to create positive change and to make a difference. In turn, we strengthen our families and our communities.