• Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association CT 31-1 donated $500.00 39 days ago
  • Local 400 membership donated $200.00 40 days ago
  • Matthew Como donated $50.00 58 days ago
  • Alexander Coultas sponsored Kim $25.00 61 days ago
  • Isabella Coultas sponsored Kim $25.00 61 days ago
  • East Hartford High School donated $100.00 64 days ago
  • KAITLYN Fraser-Morris signed up to relay stage #36 65 days ago
  • Lisa Tuffy sponsored Bill $50.00 65 days ago
  • kevin lavelle signed up to relay stage #33 66 days ago
  • PATRICK OKEEFE donated $50.00 66 days ago

Giving Back to Charity

Stride & Ride Inc. raises funds through our annual Golf Tournament, Freedom Flag 5k events, Annual Stride & Ride Relay, Social Events and Personal Contributions. 


Consequently, your support toward our efforts helps Stride and Ride’s mission to Honor Fallen Heroes, Military Members, and First Responders and to provide financial support and services to organizations that provide support to veterans, families and children of veterans, first responder personnel such as law enforcement, firefighter, paramedic personnel and children of law enforcement personnel. To make distributions to veterans wounded in the line of duty, families or children of veterans wounded or killed in the line of duty, first responder personnel such as law enforcement, firefighter and paramedic personnel and children of law enforcement, firefighter and paramedic personnel  that are wounded in the line of duty, and families and children of law enforcement personnel, firefighter or that are wounded or killed in the line of duty. 



1st LT Scott Milley Foundation, which works to identify both individual soldiers who are in need of support and scholarship candidates with a record of service and leadership. http://scottmilleyfund.com


Military Friends Foundation, offering grant programs, community building events, case management and to support families who have faced hardships related to military service. https://www.militaryfriends.org


The Matthew Patton Foundation (MPF)

Developing solutions for active-duty and Veteran Service member-identified mental health system problems. http:// www.matthewpattonfoundation.org/


End 22 Mission:

Our mission is to: BRING AWARENESS~EDUCATE~SAVE LIVES  Bring Awareness to the 22 Vets and 1 Active Duty we lose per Day. Get Veterans active within the Community as to not lose that sense of mission.

Provide FREE counseling to Vets and Service members outside of the VA.

Provide low cost on-going activities & socials within our group to the veteran's and active duty military. Mentorship Program Help raise funds to pay for therapies & medical services not covered by VA or the government for those struggling with the Hidden Wounds of War.


Ma Deuce Deuce Foundation:

Raising awareness of the "22 daily Veteran suicides” epidemic as well as providing

Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) a diversity of restorative and therapeutic programs/non-profit organizations at no cost to the veteran.


Backward Flag Foundation 501c(3) DBA Arms 2 Artisans: 

Foster the successful transition of Post 9/11 Veterans from military service to post service life through an artisan skills program by providing education, experience and a network of peer support.

A2A provides a paid fellowship program, job placement and a lifelong network of peer support to ensure our nation’s Veterans the best chance for success.


Rolling Thunder Massachusetts Chapter 1:

The major function of Rolling Thunder®, Inc. is to publicize POW-MIA issues: To educate the public that many American prisoners of war were left behind after all previous wars and to help correct the past and to protect future veterans from being left behind should they become prisoners of war-missing in action. http://rollingthunderma1.org


Travis Manion Foundation:

Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) empowers veterans and families of fallen heroes to develop character in future generations. In 2007, 1st Lt Travis Manion (USMC) was killed in Iraq while saving his wounded teammates. Today, Travis' legacy lives on in the words he spoke before leaving for his final deployment, "If Not Me, Then Who..." Guided by this mantra, veterans continue their service, develop strong relationships with their communities, and thrive in their post-military lives. As a result, communities prosper and the character of our nation's heroes live on in the next generation.


The Newton Firefighters Children’s Fund:

The Newton Firefighters Children’s Fund was created in 2010. The original goal was to help the families of recently fallen active-duty firefighters in the city of Newton. Due to the overwhelming success of the program, we have since extended our reach to include the children of firefighters who have fallen in the line of duty throughout the state of Massachusetts to offer a one-time check to these families. During the holiday season of each year, the children of fallen Newton firefighters receive a check from the fund. These children can remain in the program until they reach the age of 21. Even though this may be a small gesture, it serves as a reminder to the families that they are remembered and will always be part of the Newton Firefighter family.http://www.nfdchildrensfund.com/


Boston Wounded Vet Run, funds used to improve the quality of life of disabled veterans. https:///theyfoughtweride.com


Run Anyway Foundation helping those in need https://runanyway.org




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