Randleman, NC (Aug. 5) —Victory Junction is hosting its Second Annual Camp Challenge Ride on September 8th to raise money to help chronically ill children attend camp. This cycling event will start and finish at Victory Junction, in Randleman, NC. Each bike rider will choose from one (1) of three (3) route options; 15, 30 and 62.5 mile. The registration fee is $50 with a $200 fundraising commitment.
“It has always been our goal at Victory Junction to make sure those children who dream of attending camp get the opportunity” states Austin Petty, Chief Operating Office at Victory Junction. “Our cycling event, the Camp Challenge Ride, is a prime example of one way fundraising can help make those dreams come true.”
The Camp Challenge Ride will also offer participants, attendees, and volunteers the opportunity to tour the grounds of Victory Junction and partake in some of the camper activities like; miniature golf, the maze, movies, NASCARnival games, and much more.
This event is made possible through the generosity of Wishes by Wyndham, the philanthropic foundation of Wyndham Worldwide, one of the world’s largest hospitality companies. All of the funds raised through the Camp Challenge Ride will help Victory Junction continue to fulfill their mission of providing life-changing camping experiences to children with chronic medical conditions and serious illnesses in a medically safe environment.
“Victory Junction’s mission is perfectly aligned with our focus at Wishes by Wyndham to improve the lives of children in communities around the world,” says Alyson Johnson, Vice President, Marketing and Communications at Wyndham Worldwide. “We are proud to support this fun-filled day so that more kids can enjoy the Victory Junction experience!”
For additional information on the Camp Challenge Ride visit www.teamseriousfun.org/victoryjunction or contact Hannah McNeill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Victory Junction
Victory Junction is a year-round camping environment for children, ages six to 16, with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses. Founded by Kyle and Pattie Petty in honor of their son Adam, the camp is located in Randleman, NC. Victory Junction offers programs for 24 disease groups and maintains strong relationships with over 30 partner hospitals. Victory Junction’s mission is to provide life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering, in a safe and medically-sound environment. As a not-for-profit organization, the camp operates solely through the support of generous donors to provide this experience at no charge to children and their families. For more information, visit www.victoryjunction.org