“24 for the Forgotten” Charity Ride

"24 for the Forgotten" Charity RideJason Bradeen from Woodside, California, came to The Forgotten International with the idea of doing a charity bike ride to benefit our programs which help the poorest of the poor around the world. Together we came up with “24 for the Forgotten”. Over Memorial Day weekend, Jason rode his bike for 24 hours across several Bay Area counties to raise funds and awareness for Tibetan Delek Hospital in Dharamsala, India. Delek is a charitable hospital which serves Tibetans, local Indians as well as tourists, regardless of anyone’s ability to pay. In total, Jason rode 200 miles and raised $5,000 for the hospital. Thanks to his support team of wife, Nicole, and several friends, Jason had a safe ride and is looking forward to another event next year! View the article.

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