Children's Ride 24 Weekend - Presented by the Imagine Guild
July 12 - Tom Finken Memorial Posse Ride will begin with a catered breakfast at Moose Riders
Lodge in North Bend followed by a scenic private ride to
Ranch in Arlington for a catered luncheon. Also included in the Posse registration package is the Imagine Guild Auction on July 13 and Children's Ride 24 on July 14. Posse riders will receive Posse and Children's Ride T-shirts, Children's Ride pin and patch, and three catered meals. Registration is $200 per rider.
July 13 - Imagine Guild Auction at Destination Harley-Davidson in Tacoma. Doors Open at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $55 per person and includes dinner with hosted wine and beer.
July 14 - Children's Ride 24. Two registration levels available:
$35 per person includes the ride, pin, patch, concert and barbecue lunch.
$50 per person includes the ride, T-shirt, pin, patch, concert and barbecue luncheon.
Don't wait! To guarantee a T-shirt, you must register by June 28, 2019. Day of event registration is $35 per person and will include the ride, pin, patch, concert and barbecue luncheon. No T-shirts will be sold at the event.
Emerald Downs: Ride Registration and Check In will open at 9 am in Parking Lot #3 at Emerald Downs in Auburn. The ride will depart at 11:00 am and arrive at Destination by noon for lunch and live music.
Last year's event was a great success raising $217,000 in support of Seattle Children's Hospital. Thank you for your support!
Children's Ride is a volunteer driven event by the Imagine Guild of Seattle Children's Hospital. The previous twenty three rides have raised more than $5 million for Seattle Children's. Proceeds from this event help improve the lives of literally hundreds of families with children in need.
In 2018, with the help from a supportive community of donors, Seattle Children's provided $146 million in uncompensated care to the children in our region who lacked the resources to pay some or all of their medical bills. Your support helps families focus on what matters most: helping their child get better.