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This year, our 200-mile bike tour event will begin in Gettysburg, PA on Sept. 6, 2014. The riders will arrive in Washington Crossing Park, PA on Sept. 7. Check it out!
AND THANKS TO OUR JUBILEE MINISTRIES PARTNERS WE ARE THRILLED TO ADD THIS YEAR
A walk of whatever distance you determine along the scenic Delaware Canal Towpath on Sunday , September 7th, beginning and ending at the same place the riders will arrive at 5PM!
This year we celebrate a significant milestone with our exciting new partnership between The Battle Against Hunger and the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey Jubilee Office. The Jubilee Office, with its associated 21 Jubilee Ministry Centers, is just one of the ways the Diocese of New Jersey addresses domestic poverty. These Jubilee Ministry Centers empower the poor and oppressed in their communities by providing, among other things, direct services such as Food Pantries that provide culturally appropriate perishable and non-perishable food, and volunteers who plant, harvest and distribute fresh vegetables grown in their parish gardens. Most importantly, they also advocate for human rights and social justice. We welcome the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey, its 21 Jubilee Centers and its congregations to our ever-growing BAH family, as we join forces to combat hunger in more and more communities throughout New Jersey!
The Battle Against Hunger is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising public awareness about hunger and assisting those who provide services to those in need. Over the past eleven years, we have raised over $650,000 for hunger relief! Please join us as we continue our quest to raise awareness and funds.
What began as a dream in 2003 to help feed the hungry with funds from a small bike tour has blossomed into a non-profit organization dedicated to raising public awareness about hunger and assisting those who provide services to those in need. Please join us as we continue our quest to raise awareness and funds to help fight the battle against hunger!
The 2013 BikeTour was a huge success! Over 40 riders traveled within a 200-mile route raising nearly $70,000.00 as well as public awareness of the hunger problem in our area!