Rutgers Students Cycle for a Cause and Ask Cyclists from Highland Park to Join Them

The Dream Project invites people of all ages to participate in its Biking for a Cause initiative on Sunday July 18, 10 a.m. and by doing so contribute to bringing significant and sustainable social change in New Brunswick. During the15 mile ride throughout New Brunswick, riders will learn about changemakers working in the city.

In addition, riders can get iinvolved in  the changemaking action. After learning about two of The Dream Project’s charity partners – Triple C Housing and Elijah’s Promise – riders will get a snack and give a snack while helping assemble food bags to give to Elijah’s Promise.

The event is free, but organizers are encouraging a donation of $25 that will go to the charity partners. It’s BYOB (bring your own bike) but email, if you need equipment. Register at

The Dream Project is a cycling and service organization for young adults. Each year, teams of college students commit to fundraising and volunteering with a local charity doing work in their community before biking across the country to raise awareness for their cause. This year Rutgers University students are biking up and down the state to help New Jersey communities get back on their feet post pandemic. They’re tackling all 21counties with daily volunteer stops supporting social service organizations across New Jersey.

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