Ride for Kids comes back to help families living with brain tumors
Riding for a cure, the Northern Indiana Ride for Kids is returning for its 13th year in a row. Motorcycle riders from the area will rev up their engines Saturday morning. The annual event raises awareness and funds for kids battling brain tumors.
Those who support this event and cause, make lifesaving research and family support programs available for the 20,000 children living with brain tumors.
Ride for Kids is the longest- running, motorcycle charity event in the nation. Since 1984, people have raised funds to help children with brain tumors which are the top cause of cancer deaths in children.
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, created by the founders of Ride for Kids, is now the leading nonprofit funding research into childhood brain tumors.
Registration for this event is now closed, but you can still make a donation online, or register in person at the event.
Registration starts at 9 and kickstands will go up at 11 a.m. sharp.
This event also helps fund free educational resources, college scholarships for survivors and emergency financial aid.