Join The Salvation Army Ridge Meadows on Saturday, August 13h as we Ride for Hope along scenic Route 7, and raise awareness for our Community and Family Services programs.

The Salvation Army Ridge Meadows Community Services programs serve over 1000 individuals and families a year with essential, basic necessities.

This year, the funds from the Ride for Hope will go towards our Summer Camp program.  Each year, we send upwards of 60 youth from Ridge Meadows who otherwise wouldn’t have the chance to go to Summer Camp.  Our camping program has been on pause for two years due to the pandemic, and we are thrilled to be able to begin offering this opportunity to vulnerable youth in our communities once again.

  • 22000+ children receive school bag lunches
  • 400+ emergency bridge food hampers provided
  • 300+ families receive baby and toddler supplies
  • 50+ kids go to summer camp for a week
  • 300+ Back to School backpacks with supplies are provided
  • 120+ Christmas hampers are distributed

Departing at the Maple Ridge Baptist Church, beginning at 9:30am, riders will follow a guided ride along Dewdney Trunk Road, with stops for “social media opportunities” and refreshments at Harrison Hot Springs.  Remember to tag us in your posts and stories and like our page before you ride  (@TSARidgeMeadows)!

Cost of entry is only $25 and includes a burger and drink at Memorial Park in Hope, B.C.  The park (and Rambo statue) will serve as our end-point for the ride, after which point riders are free to carry on through Manning Park or Highway 1, return back to Maple Ridge or wherever they call home.

Ride for Hope is proudly sponsored by

For information about the Ride for Hope Fundraiser organized by The Salvation Army Ridge Meadows Ministries, and how you can help please contact our Fundraising Coordinator.

Amelia Norrie
(604) 463-8296 ext. 106

If you wouldn’t like to or can’t participate in the Ride for Hope convoy but would still like to donate, please click here.

Thank you to our sponsor!

Canadian Tire – Pitt Meadows location