Kyle Damon & fellow cyclists

100K Quabbin Ride for Water.org

Kyle Damon & fellow cyclists
Fundraiser overview

844 million people — about 1 in 9 — lack access to safe water; 2.3 billion — about 1 in 3 — lack access to a toilet. Water.org is dedicated to changing this and you can help. Together, we can empower families around the world with access to small, affordable loans to make household water and sanitation solutions a reality. Every $60 donated will help provide one family in need with life-changing access to safe water or sanitation.

As avid cyclists and longtime friends, we recognize each pedal stroke as an opportunity to propel more than just ourselves. Kyle’s involvement with Water.org through his brother, Co-founder, Matt Damon presents a pairing we cannot ignore: our chronic dehydration in the saddle and the need for safe water in the developing world. We are proud to ride in support of a nonprofit we’ve come to know well over the years, inside and out.

Thus, on July 29th, we’ll be riding around the Quabbin Reservoir, the primary water supply for Boston, and one of the largest unfiltered water supplies in the United States – a fitting route. Join us and donate to change lives with safe water.

Water.org is an international nonprofit organization that has positively transformed millions of lives around the world through access to safe water and sanitation. Founded by Gary White and Matt Damon, Water.org pioneers market-driven financial solutions to ensure everyone has access to safe water and sanitation – giving women hope, children health and communities a future.

20 supporters
Allison Lund — $50.00
Will try to HTFU so I can make the ride some year- can only do 16 for 50! Have fun.
Peter SWANSON — $100.00
Have a great ride, Peter and Charlene
Sean MCDONNELL — $100.00
love this water stuff! everyone should have easy access
William Hubner — $100.00
Go Quabbin 100

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