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HMCS Fredericton Ride for Wishes

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H.M.C.S. Fredericton Ride for Wishes is returning for its 12th year after being on hiatus due to the pandemic, in partnership with His Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) – Fredericton and Make-A-Wish® Canada, New Brunswick Chapter. This charitable effort is centered upon cycling across our beautiful province. Crew members from HMCS Fredericton are stepping up to the challenge, from July 27th – August 2nd, to help create life-changing wishes for local children with critical illnesses, and they are looking for your support!   
  
Right now, there are over 30 children in New Brunswick waiting to receive the transformative power of their wish. We need your help to grant those wishes. The crew’s motivation thrives not only from granting wishes but also from the incredible support of communities across this province, year after year. This year, the crew is looking to return with an ambitious fundraising goal of $30,000! 
  
With your help, the crew can achieve their goal and help ensure every eligible child receives the joy of a wish.

Feeling inspired and wanting to donate to this year’s Ride for Wishes? Consider making an online donation and/or fundraising! The crew might even stop by your organization for a cheque presentation when they cycle through your community!   
  
Please note all engagements MUST be scheduled through Make-A-Wish, to ensure a timely run schedule. To request an engagement, and/or for any questions, please reach out to Tiffany Albert (Tiffany.Albert@makeawish.ca).   

Want to follow the crew's journey? Be sure to check us out on social media for updates! Facebook (@makeawishnb) and Instagram (@makeawish_nb) 

Thank you for your support! Together, let’s help grant wishes!  

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Ride Schedule  

  • 27 July – Campbellton (Kick-off/celebration) 
  • 28 July – Bathurst 
  • 29 July - Miramachi 
  • 30 July - Moncton 
  • 31 July - Saint John 
  • 1 August - Oromocto 
  • 2 August - Fredericton 

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