April 16, 2018
BENEFITING: UNITEDHEALTHCARE CHILDRENS FOUNDATION INC
EVENT DATE: Apr 28, 2018
Join the UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) for the 2nd Annual Tour de Triangle Century Ride presented by SAS on Saturday, April 28, 2018 in Raleigh, NC! UHCCF has set an ambitious goal to award 20,000 medical grants to children and families by 2020. You can be part of this noble cause and guarantee a victory for children today by sponsoring the ride or registering as a rider. The proceeds from all registrations and fundraising will be used in the Southeast region to fund UHCCF medical grants for kids. Your dollars, time and energy make a difference in the life of these children. Learn more at www.uhccf.org. Together we DO change lives!
What: 2nd Annual UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation Tour De Triangle Ride
When: Saturday, April 28th, 2018
Ride Start: Enjoy a beautiful spring ride starting at The Meadows at Firefly Farm Preserve, a heritage farm near the heart of Raleigh, NC. Riders will depart at 8:00 am.
Ride Finish: Post Ride Celebration featuring the South's finest flavors at The Meadows.
Don't miss this great opportunity to network and join in pre- and post- event activities. Check out photos from our 2017 event!
Registration will be capped at 100, so make sure to check back and register early!
Meet UHCCF Grant Recipient, Anna Kate
Anna Kate loves all things princess like most six year old girls. With her beautiful smile and crowning bow, she is a princess herself. At the age of two Anna Kate began treatment for a Chiari Malformation on her brain and a Syrinx on her spine which caused her to have problems with her hands, walking, and over all coordination. Without surgery to remove the pressure, Anna Kate would have eventually become paralyzed. Her parents were introduced to the UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) by her physicians at UNC Chapel Hill Medical Center. After receiving two grants from UHCCF, in 2014 and 2017, she was able to have two surgeries to remove the growths and relieve the pressure on her brain and spine. Anna Kate is now able to do the things she loves, drawing, dancing, swimming and trying to keep up with her two older brothers.