51% OFF ENTRY FEE for Waterford Charity Bike Ride!

Today's Deal: 51% OFF ENTRY FEE for Waterford Charity Bike Ride!

NAMI Racine
Value $35
Discount 51%
Savings $18
$17
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Description:

The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Racine County (NAMI Racine County) will be hosting its annual Bike 'n Hike on Sunday, Sept. 11, at Waterford High School in Waterford, Wis.

Start September off with a scenic bike ride or 3K walk through Western Racine County. Today's deal from the NAMI Bike 'n Hike gets you entry for one person to partake in the 10-mile, 20-Mile, 35-mile, or 60-mile bike ride or 3K walk for $17 (regularly $35) at this annual event. The event includes a free lasagna lunch, chocolate-covered bananas and more.

All proceeds benefit NAMI Racine County, an organization that provides advocacy, education, and support for those affected by mental illness. Registration for the bike ride begins at 8 a.m., Sept. 11, at Waterford High School. Walk participants must be at the starting line at 11 am this year, due to the “Big Game” starting at noon. We will have the football game on at noon for anyone who wishes to watch with us.

The 10-mile route is a flat, family-friendly course that takes you through downtown Waterford north on the bike trail to Colonel Heg Park and back.

The 35-mile and 60-mile routes include a rest stop at the East Troy Bluegrass Festival. The 20-mile route takes you on a bike trail to Burlington that includes a complementary ice cream stop.

For additional information check out www.namiracinecounty.org/bike-and-hike.html and the NAMI Bike 'n Hike Facebook page.

NAMI has been featured in "Worth" magazine as one of the Top Charities "Most Likely to Save the World." The American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP) is a nonprofit charity watchdog organization that helps donors make informed giving decisions. National Alliance on Mental Illness, AIP grade, A+. NAMI provides support groups for people experiencing mental illnesses and their families, friends and care givers. It also provides education to the community and advocacy for better treatment.

Details:

All participants must print out information indicating they bought the Deal of the Day and bring it to the event. To help expedite registration at the event, call Joan (262) 637-0582 or email jcudewicz@namiracine.org with your name, complete address, phone number, and the route of choice by Sept. 5. Leave a message for Joan if no one answers. All participants are required to sign a waiver before participating in the event.
No cash back for unused portion.
No cash value.
Not valid with any other promotion.
No refunds. All sales are final.
Limit 2 per person; one personal and one as a gift. Must be used in 2016. Management reserves all rights. Certificate is non-transferable.
For questions relating to the business or the deal itself, please call the business at the number listed for the business.
Subject to Today’s Deal Terms and Conditions which may be found HERE. May not be redeemed for cash and may not be used with any other offers or promotions. Coupons for events must be redeemed/used by event date. No refunds after expiration date. For questions or issues about the Today's Deal program, please call 262-631-1748 between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.(M-F). After those hours, please call the next business day. If you are unable to make a purchase, please call 262-631-1748 between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.(M-F).

About NAMI Racine

Click here for more details. Apparel: Event apparel makes a great gift and helps support NAMI Racine. Items may include: sweatshirts, fleece, jackets and/or t-shirts. contact NAMI Racine for this year's availability. To ensure sizes, order by August 1st.

All proceeds benefit the NAMI of Racine County. Historically, 85% of all funds go directly to programs to support individuals and families affected by mental illness.

NAMI has been featured in "Worth" magazine as one of the Top Charities "Most Likely to Save the World." The American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP) is a nonprofit charity watchdog organization that helps donors make informed giving decisions. National Alliance on Mental Illness, AIP grade, A+. Below are examples of programs that support individuals and families affected by mental illness.

(1) Support groups - for people experiencing mental illness, their families, friends, and primary care givers.

(2) Education - intensive family, community, and school courses to eliminate discrimination and stigma suffered by persons with mental illness. Examples include: Family to Family, Peer to Peer, Provider Education and NAMI Basics.

(3) Advocacy - individual and group support for better treatment, housing, employment, and health insurance.
NAMI Racine Location:
Waterford High School 100 Field Dr.
Waterford, Wisconsin, 53185, US Get Directions
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