A Virtual Rider is someone who is unable to participate as a rider or volunteer, but would still like to fundraise and help raise awareness about the issue of poverty housing. This also can be a way to raise money for your local Fuller Center Covenant Partner because, just like the other riders, you get to choose to which Fuller Center project your donations go.
Two ways to participate virtually
1. Ride locally. You can pledge to ride a certain amount of miles between now and August 22, 2017. You can set a fundraising goal of $1, $5, $100 per mile or any amount. Then go out, get people to sponsor your ride and spread the word about what you are doing and who you are riding for. This will not only help many families in need but this will give you great motivation to get outside, ride your bike and get some exercise!
2. Just help. Or if you are not a cyclist then you can still sign up as a virtual rider to be a part of this great event and to show your support of the Fuller Center for Housing. You choose how involved you would like to get. Set up your own fundraising events like a bake sale, a benefit concert, or follow some of our other suggestions in the fundraising guide as you join the team in raising funds.
You’ll register online via our Volunteer Registration page, while selecting the Virtual Rider option. There’s no registration fee, but you’ll still receive the same help with fundraising as the other riders. This includes your own personal fundraising page that you can create to tell your friends and family about your goal. You can also earn some great Fuller Center swag as you raise money!
Virtual Rider Fundraising Levels: