THE HELPING HAND RIDE & RUN TO RESTORE 2022

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July 2, 2022

2022 June - THH run

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THE HELPING HAND RIDE & RUN TO RESTORE 2022

Not all who wander are lost.

The Helping Hand‘s Ride & Run to Restore 2022 is a fundraiser aimed at restoring the confidence of ex-offenders and helping them integrate holistically into society.

By participating, you can be the cornerstone of those who seek a fresh beginning. Meanwhile, you will also be celebrating The Helping Hand’s 35th anniversary. 

The physical ride/run/walk segment of the fundraiser is called Go the Extra Mile, or GtEM. Participants in this category will be paired with an ex-offender on a physical 35km ride or 3.5km walk, during which you will have an opportunity to interact and gain insights into his journey of restoration.

Sign up! This will truly be a meaningful and memorable experience for everyone.

Event Details

Virtual race period
June 1, 2022 (0000hr)–July 31, 2022 (2359hr)

Fundraising period
May 22, 2022 (1200hr)–July 31, 2022 (2359hr)

Date: July 2, 2022 (GtEM physical ride or walk)

Cost:  S$50 (target amount to be raised per participant)

Click here to register (registration closes July 15, 2022 at 2359hr).

About the organiser:
The Helping Hand, founded by Robert Yeo in 1987, is a Christian halfway house in Singapore that focuses on the rehabilitation of former drug addicts. They have helped to turn many lives around and have since opened their doors to all ex-offenders.

The Helping Hand adopts a holistic approach for life transformation by providing full-cycle support to ex-offenders, including family counselling, life-skills learning and after-care services.

With the support, counsel and work opportunities that are provided through their programmes, they have helped more than 2,400 ex-offenders and many have reintegrated into society as contributing members.

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