Bike For Africa on Toronto Islands this Saturday!

Yup, just 3 days away. We're already at almost 500 participants and almost $50,000 raised, with pledges coming in fast and furious for our Pedal Powered Hope project in Malawi. Sign up today at http://www.bikeswithoutborders.org and join hundreds of people…Read More

Turn the tide on HIV/AIDS in Africa, and have a helluva lot of fun while doing it.

As you head out the office doors on your way to what I hope will be for all of you a fantastic weekend, I want to remind you that in most of Africa, HIV/AIDS is still a death sentence. But it doesn't have to be that way. Community Healthcare Workers are…Read More

Bike for Africa on Toronto Islands, May 30, 2009

Hey folks: just 5 more days for early bird registration for the Virgin Mobile/Bikes Without Borders Bike for Africa on Toronto Islands! Buy your ticket early and pay just $20 individual/$50 family/$175 team. Price includes dinner and an afternoon of kickass…Read More

2009 Virgin Mobile/Bikes Without Borders Walk 'n' Roll on Toronto Islands

Hello Bikes Without Borders cause members: On May 30, Bikes Without Borders and Virgin Mobile are transforming Toronto Islands into a small African country for one of Canada's coolest fundraiser events! Our 1st annual Walk 'n' Roll is a 2-hour walk or bike,…Read More

Bike for Africa on Toronto Islands, May 30, 2009

Hey folks! Toronto's hottest, funnest fundraiser is coming to Toronto Islands on May 30! Our Bike for Africa will take place on Toronto Islands on May 30. After the bike portion of the day, we'll all meet at Hanlan's Point for an amazing afternoon of music,…Read More

Be a star, save lives (part II)

Hi folks: yesterday I told you a little bit about our project to help save lives in Malawi by providing bikes to HIV/AIDS community care workers in Malawi. THE LONG WALK... (AND SOLUTION) These are typically female volunteers who work in their communities…Read More

Put down that mouse. Please read this. I'm going to show you how you can be a star in your community and do something amazing.

Imagine you are a 24-year-old woman in Malawi. HIV/AIDS has taken your brother, your husband, your daughter. It would have taken you were it not for the care and medicine provided by a devoted community care worker, who saved your life and brought you back…Read More
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