The Atlanta Foundation is a not for profit organization that has been established with the mission towards providing quality educational support for the underprivileged students.
The institution is actively involved in the process of sponsoring, implementing and executing educational programs that contribute positively to the life of the children as the need of the hour is to provide quality skill based education to the kids.
To raise funds for these causes the Atlanta Foundation organizes a series of corporate cycling events across the year, which has an active participation from over 10,000 people every year from various cross sections of the society. The major corporates participating in the Freedom Ride and Republic Ride by the Atlanta Foundation include the likes of Deloitte, GE, Infosys, CA, Wells Fargo, Unitedhealth Group, ADP, Broadridge etc.
What better way to celebrate the spirit of independence and freedom than by participating in a ride that boosts health and fitness,while helping you contribute to the task of nation building by providing quality education to the next generation.
Well then if your answer is a resounding yes and you are ready to be a part of the biggest corporate cycling event of the nation then hurry and register for The Freedom Ride (2014) by The Atlanta Foundation, which would take place on the 15 August, 2014 to mark the Independence Day Celebrations.
The Freedom Ride (2014) by The Atlanta Foundation would kickstart at 6am at the Gachibowli Stadium, where you along with your fellow 10,000 odd riders can join the fun and fitness event for a charitable cause. Every year the Freedom Ride by The Atlanta Foundation would have a signature ride of kilometers to mark the year of celebration. This year the signature ride would be for 67 kilometres to commemorate the 67 years of Indian Independence.
However, the ride does not require all the participants to ride for the signature distance and you can just drive any distance you wish to in the multiples of two as long as you can.
The Freedom Ride (2014) by The Atlanta Foundation would be an ideal team building and fitness activity for the corporates. The event would bring together the employees to interact and bond in an informal manner, which might reflect positively in the work as well.
The Freedom Ride (2014) by The Atlanta Foundation would seek to raise funds for the charitable activities of The Atlanta Foundation both through participation as well as sponsorships. This year The Freedom Ride (2014) would have a host of other entertainment activities for the riders, which would keep them enthralled throughout the event.
Whether you are a cycling enthusiast, a concerned citizen or both, the Freedom Ride offers you a great opportunity to make a positive difference.So come and show your patriotic and sporty side at The Freedom Ride 2014 and also support the noble cause of educating the underprivileged students in the nation.