All Proceeds Benefit Broken Chains Ministry’s Home Ownership Program
Join Broken Chains Ministry (BCM) for its Second Annual Bike For Mike 3-mile Ride and 1-mile Walk on May 21 at 9 a.m. at Lake High School (LHS) Stadium in Uniontown, Ohio. This family friendly event aims to raise money for the ministry’s new Home Ownership Program.
“Last year’s event raised more than $20,000 and helped us launch our new Home Ownership Program,” said Dennis Shawhan, executive director of Broken Chains Ministry. “Funds raised by this event will give successful clients the opportunity to apply for quality housing and realize the dream of home ownership.”
Hosted by the LHS National Honor Society, the event is organized by LHS seniors, Allison McSherry and Miranda West. Pre-sale tickets are available on EventBrite for $15.00 through May 12; from May 13 until race day, tickets will be $20. All proceeds up to $8,000 will be matched by an anonymous sponsor.
“We’re grateful to our community partners, especially Lake High School for hosting this event for its second year,” Shawhan continued.
For more information visit our What We Do page or contact our staff via our Contact page. Register for this event at http://bikeformike2016.eventbrite.com/. Donations can be made securely and easily on our Donate page. Checks addressed to Broken Chains Ministry can be mailed to P.O. Box 502 Akron, Ohio 44309.
About Broken Chains Ministry
Founded in 2004 by Rev. Dennis Shawhan and located within the Summit County Jail, Broken Chains Ministry (BCM) is a reputable, faith-centered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving the needs of men and women in Summit County as they transition from incarceration to community. The mission is to improve public safety and support the local economy by reducing felony relapse and restoring lives so the whole community benefits as a result. BCM is part of a 50-organization collaborative called the Summit County Reentry Network (SCRN) that adheres to the principles of Restorative Justice; a collaborative relationship with the judicial system that supports clients through restoration of identity, faith, work, health, relationships and hope. BCM’s award-winning work force development program, the Urbean Cafe, has contributed more than one million dollars to the local economy since 2011. Media contact: Dennis Shawhan at 330-643-8663, email firstname.lastname@example.org.