Mark your calendar, because on August 2nd, the longest motorcycle relay ride for charity begins in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
The fifth annual Military Police Motorcycle Relay Ride (MPNMRR) will get its wheels rolling on August 2nd to raise funds for the Children’s Wish Foundation and Military Police Fund for Blind Children charities.
In the four previous relay rides since 2009, more than $170,000 has been raise for a variety of charities. Last year’s ride alone raised $75,000, which was presented to the charities mentioned above on April 23 this year.
The rally kicks off in St. John’s NL and will cross the country, covering more than 10,000 km before ending in Victoria, British Columbia on August 25th.
There are different levels of participation on a national or provincial level, or you can support a rider, become a sponsor, take part in an online auction, or simply make a donation.
Information on the relay ride can be found at mpnmrr.ca, and you can find out more about the charities at childrenswish.ca (Children’s Wish Foundation) and at mpfbc.com (Military Police Fund for Blind Children).