Help us raise $25,000 for medical aid for refugees in Ukraine

saturday, oct. 1, 2016

When: Registration opens at 8am on Saturday, October 1 in most locations.

Where: 35 official locations across Canada and the US, plus a ‘RIDE Anywhere’ option. Check out for info on locations.

How: Get on your bike for a 10, 25 or 50 km ride, or walk on a nice 5 km route.

Cost: Minimum fundraising level of $50 required for all part icipants over 10 years old

Why: To support HART in their work with refugees in Eastern Europe.


Enjoy a fantastically fun day with family and friends while helping HART, a charity you know and love.

  • Select from 10, 25 or 50 km distances to cycle, or a nice 5 km walk outside
  • Enjoy rest stops, great volunteer support, and a yummy lunch
  • All ages and stages are welcome to fundraise and participate
  • Volunteer positions are also available for those who want to help out

campaign details

This fall HART is participating in the  Ride for Refuge… and we’d like your help!

We’re looking for 15 team captains to help lead teams, recruit riders and walkers, and of course, raise money in support of HART.

Our goal this year is to raise money to aid the mobile medical units that are serving wounded soldiers and civilians in the conflict in Eastern Ukraine.


If you have any questions about our campaign, how to get registered, or where to get promo materials, please contact us:
Carrie Foreman
RIDE Campaign Leader
Phone 403.230-8263

HART has worked to alleviate poverty and injustice in Eastern Europe for the past 20 years.

The war in Eastern Ukraine has caused so much pain and sorrow, and has created 1.5 million refugees from the conflict. Many families and the elderly continue to live in war zones simply because they have nowhere to go. Most are without food, water and medical care.
Our goal this year is to raise $25,000 to help these refugees with the basic necessities of life and medical assistance. We are outfitting mobile medical-dental clinics that will serve displaced people and those stuck in war zones.