The Jewish Board’s 7th annual Hudson Valley Bike Ride helps raise almost $600,000

On July 19, 280 riders participated in The Jewish Board’s 7th annual Hudson Valley Bike Ride in Purchase, New York. Individuals came together to help support The Jewish Board, raising almost $600,000 for New Yorkers in need. Anthony E. Mann of Greenwich is chairman of The Jewish Board and founder of the event.

The funds generated through the ride allow The Jewish Board to sustain, expand, and enhance its health and human services programs throughout New York City and Westchester.

Riders enjoyed the beauty and nature of scenic routes while volunteers and supporters cheered them on, followed by a finish line celebration for all participants including a BBQ and live music.

For more than 140 years, The Jewish Board has been helping individuals to realize their potential and live as independently as possible. With hope and resilience guiding its work, The Jewish Board promotes recovery by addressing all aspects of a person’s life, including mental and physical health, family, housing, employment and education. Each year, the nonprofit organization serves more than 35,000 people of all ages across the five boroughs and at a campus in Westchester.

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