“He who obtains has little. He who scatters has much” - Richard Braunstein
GET UP, GEAR UP, & GIVE YOUR TIME TO HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Ride to Provide. Please click on the VOLUNTEER button below to register.
The success of Ride to Provide will be a result of our dedicated and passionate volunteers. We appreciate your interest and will be in touch via email to confirm your commitment and provide further details.All volunteers will receive an event t-shirt.
Click on the link above to register as a volunteer. It will redirect you to a new, secure page. Once you arrive there, click on the orange register button to specify your area of interest and officially register. See below for a list of volunteer positions.
WE HAVE MANY VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE:
SET-UP - Help the team set-up!
CHECK IN - Welcomes the riders, helps check them in and get them out on the route
FOOD/WATER AREAS - Make sure riders are fueled properly!
INFORMATION CENTER - Being a great resource and answering questions from participants.
SAFETY AND SECURITY - Manage the flow of people.Help riders get on their way quickly and easily by helping with areas such as car and bike parking.
REST STATIONS - Serves refreshments and offers support, encouragement and lots of cheering!
ROUTE MARSHALLS- Participants who are experienced riders and serve as an example of safe riding. Marshals help ensure the safety of all participants by reminding riders of the rules of the road and assist at traffic intersections.
finish line - Cheers riders in after completing their day, serves food and drink
BOOTH ASSISTANCE - Assists and supports sponsors with their booths.
POST-EVENT ACTIVITY ASSISTANCE - Assists with children and adult activities.
CLEAN-UP - Help with removal of signage and breakdown of event.
WE ARE ALSO SEEKING VOLUNTEERS WITH THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL SKILLS:
MECHANICAL SUPPORT - Provides bicycle repairs and inspections for the riders.
FIRST-AID/MEDICAL SUPPORT - Treats injuries as necessary. We're looking for EMTs, RNs and others with a medical background.
SAG (Support And Gear vehicles) - Rides the route to look for any riders needing assistance. Helps riders with mechanical problems.