About RTP Gran Fondo 2024

The Big Ride  |  Playmakers Gran Fondo |  Friday, June 14, 2024


Ride the beautiful hills of Caledon, Ontario and support Right To Play for the 4th Annual Gran Fondo cycling event.  Join as an individual, group or corporate team and choose the length of your ride – 30km, 75km or go all out on the 95km route!  It’s a great way for friends and colleagues to come together, raise funds and have a great time.


Details:

Caledon Country Club - 2121 Olde Baseline Road, Caledon, ON 


Event Day Schedule:

Arrival/Check In & Breakfast       8:30AM - 9:00AM 

Welcome Remarks                        9:00AM - 9:30AM

90KM Start                                     9:30AM

75KM Start                                     9:50AM

35KM Start                                     10:20AM

All riders on the road                    10:30AM

Return to Venue                             12:30PM - 1:15PM

Lunch                                              ~1:30PM

Remarks                                          2:00PM

Networking continues until          3:00PM


Registration Fee & Fundraising:

EARLY BIRD PRICING: $75 registration fee if you sign up before APRIL 30th

After April 30th: $100 registration fee gives you access to the road!

$350 fundraising minimum



Our Goal:

  • To raise $100,000 to help kids in Canada to stay active mentally and physically through the charity's impactful local programs. Have your friends, family, or company sponsor you to help us achieve this goal. 

Date

Starts at:  June 14, 2024 7:30 AM
Ends at:  June 14, 2024 2:00 PM

Location

Caledon Country Club
2121 Olde Base Line Road
Caledon,ON L7C 0K7

Contact

Amanda Downs
adowns@righttoplay.com

Your Participation Will Make A Difference!


Now more than ever, Right To Play needs the help of donors to continue to fund critical programming that protects, educates, and empowers 2.3 million children every year. Funds raised through the Gran Fondo will benefit Right To Play’s mission and ensure that programs can continue here in Canada and in 14 other countries around the world. 


Help us continue to support children and their communities.  

For over 10 years, Right To Play has partnered with Indigenous communities and organizations across Canada to support programs that focus on mental well-being, self-care, healthy coping strategies and life-skill development. Walking in partnership with over 70 communities from coast to coast, Right To Play works collaboratively to improve access to community-led, culturally relevant play-based programs that support youth among First Nations, Inuit, and Metis youth. It is vital that we continue supporting these local programs.


We need to support children now so they can help their communities recover and rebuild stronger than ever in the future. Right To Play has the expertise, the partnerships, and the teams to make that happen. 

Your support will help us keep children safe, healthy, and mentally resilient. 


About Playmakers

Playmakers are a group of young professionals across Canada who support the work of Right To Play. As monthly donors, we invest in helping children rise above adversity using the power of play and engage our community through two signature events each year. 


Click HERE to learn more!


A special thanks to our generous sponsors