3rd Annual Ride for Resilience
October 13, 2023!
Now an annual event connecting Family Resource Centers across the Granite State, NHCT’s Ride for Resilience highlights family strength and the many ways New Hampshire's network of support helps build individual, family, and community resiliency!
This year, on Oct. 13, seven riders are hopping on their bicycles and pedaling 100 miles throughout NH's Lake's Region to raise awareness about the statewide resources available to all NH families.
Everyone plays a role in the prevention of child abuse and neglect, and we would love to have you support for THIS YEAR'S ride to help us raise awareness about all the great work being done throughout the state's network of Family Resource Centers!
Ride Founder and New Hampshire Children's Trust Board Member Mark Knights and fellow participants will begin their journey at Whole Village in Plymouth. They will then head towards Lakes Region Community Services in Laconia, and Archways in Tilton and Franklin. The ride will conclude in Plymouth for a celebratory gathering!
DATE: 10/13/23* MILES: 103
*Rain date scheduled for 10/20/23
Mark Knights, founder of the Ride for Resilience, is a father, mentor, and dedicated Board member at NH Children’s Trust. He works as a partner at the law firm of Nixon Peabody and volunteers his time to assist family-serving agencies with child abuse and neglect proceedings.
He's excited that the ride is growing, and is committed to making it an annual rite of fall for families in the Granite State! We are proud to be associated with Mark's initiative to establish a charity ride benefiting the New Hampshire Children’s Trust, and his support of our mission to PREVENT child abuse and neglect and ensure safe, stable, and nurturing environments for children.