The inaugural Greater Manchester Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) Kids Ride at Saint Anselm College was a great success in 2017. The second one was even better in 2018.
A field of 98 riders ages 4 to 13 raised close to $35,000, almost double what last year’s inaugural event raised. The ride, which took place at Saint Anselm College on June 3, supports cancer research and treatment at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
EVR was once again happy to partner with race organizers to help support such a great cause.
PMC Kids Rides became an established program in 2005 and are held annually in over 30 towns, raising more than $7.2 million to support cancer research. They are part of the Pan-Mass Challenge, which has a goal of raising $52 million for Dana-Farber.