Annual Bunny Run
The Bunny Run Was postponed in 2020, but, we are happy to announce that we will be having a Bunny Run Ride this year! Thank-You to all those who have participated in the past, and we hope to see you many of you out this spring for our next Bunny Run ride!
Bunny Run Info: Ride lead is Paul L.
Our GNWHOG chapter has been putting on an annual fundraising event: "the Bunny Run" to support Housing Hope, a Snohomish county organization helping families in need of housing and day-to-day supplies.
This year, we have been asked to provide monetary donations rather than supplies due to the pandemic. Tables will be set up on Saturday March 13 and March 20 at ECHD from 10am-2pm to help you make donations either online or dropping off.
* Gift cards in any amount from Fred Meyer, Walmart, and Target have been requested.
* cash and check (made out to Housing Hope).
* rolls of quarters.
* let us know if you are willing to match amount of donations of quarters. Volunteers will be at the tables to answer your questions, help you make your donation in name of the Bunny Run, and to thank you personally. Thanks to those who’ve offered to work the tables.
The Bunny Run will be a ride to cruise through the Housing Hope facilities in Snohomish County - please come show your support to the families!
Here is what you need to know:
* Day before: decorate your bike!
* 8am breakfast begins at ECHD
* 9:30 pre-ride meeting
* 10am Kick Stands Up
* Lunch after the ride at ECHD
* Please donate $10 per bike and $5 per passenger, going directly to HH.
* Ride lead is our own GNWHOG Paul L.
Visit housinghope.org or visit our Facebook page.
To sign up for the donation tables at ECHD contact Gretchen F.
It is important to note that while we cannot do as much as in the past, the need for Housing Hope to get our donations of money is still high. Families still need our help! And finally, several of our members have expressed in matching the quarter rolls that we are able to collect - so let us know if you, or anyone you know is interested in matching also. This can be open-ended, or limits can be set. All help is greatly appreciated!