Get your bike tuned up, recruit others, form a team and fundraise in support of the 2022 UHCCF Mission Ride!
Date: Saturday, October 22, 2022
Location: The Dance Pavilion at Mission Park Pavilion | 6030 Padre Drive, San Antonio, TX
Rider Check In: 8:00 a.m. | Ride Start: 9:00 a.m.
Ride Lengths: 31-mile (50K) | 62-mile (100K) | Virtual
In Person Rider Registration:
Not able to attend in-person? You can also ride virtually.
Virtual Rider Registration:
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Become a sponsor of Mission Ride!
Sponsors receive premium brand recognition as they align themselves with a worthy cause, and have the opportunity to host top clients and employees at ride festivities where they can connect with UnitedHealth Group leadership and UHCCF sponsors and donors. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, click here.
Double your support for kids with these simple steps. To request a UnitedHealth Group match of your contribution, log in to your dashboard at UHG Employee Giving Website, click “make a donation,” then “Request a match.” Search for UHCCF, enter your donation amount and date, and upload your donation receipt. Please put a note in the “Comments for Cause” field to indicate Mission Ride.
Once the match has been requested, email your match submission receipt to Katie Monroe at email@example.com. We will confirm your match or ask for additional information.
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The safety of guests is of utmost priority and we are committed to doing all we can to ensure a safe event. UHCCF will adhere to any State of Texas and Bexar County guidelines regarding COVID-19 at time of event.
After two successful rides and a 2-year pause, the UHCCF Mission Ride returns to historic San Antonio and continues its mission to support children during their time of medical need. The 2022 UHCCF Mission Ride is one of the UHCCF Hope Rides Cycling Series which included five cycling rides and one Fat Tire Bike event.
This year you can join us as we ride through some of San Antonio’s most scenic and historic areas including the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park and along both the San Antonio and Medina River areas. You’ll enjoy wide vistas and local flora and fauna along the local greenway paths looping around the city. Come join local riders in San Antonio or ride virtually with friends and family anywhere from around the country and around the world. You won't want to miss this amazing scenic backdrop for this cycling event and will definitely want to stick around for that famous San Antonio hospitality and cuisine.
Gabriel was diagnosed with Branchiootorenal (BOR) syndrome before he was born. He’s our miracle baby, as we were told by multiple doctors throughout the pregnancy that his condition was not compatible with life (without kidneys the baby’s lungs would not be able to develop properly). Even at our last ultrasound at 40 weeks, doctors were unable to see any kidneys and we were told that if Gabriel did survive, he would most likely need dialysis and a kidney transplant before the age of 5. Thankfully Gabriel is a stubborn little boy and was determined to prove everyone wrong. He’s now an incredibly healthy, bright, precocious 6-year-old with two kidneys (no dialysis or transplant were needed) and has handled his hearing loss like a champ. Gabriel first started wearing hearing aids at the age of 3 months and used that pair until he was 5 years old, at which point they stopped working properly. The grant from UHCCF was used to help purchase a new pair of hearing aids with updated technology that we hope will last another 5 years!