Lake2Lake Challenge

Join us September 18 & 19 for the Lake2Lake Challenge!

For 10 years, cyclists from across Canada gathered in BC’s Okanagan for a 2-day cycling ride to support the work of the Wellspring Foundation for Education in Rwanda. In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lake2Lake Ride for Rwanda was reimagined to go where it had never gone before … our neighbourhoods! It was such a success, we’ve decided to do it again.

On the weekend of September 18-19, you can choose to ride, walk, or find another creative way to get active in your own neighbourhood as a way to support the work of Wellspring in Rwandan schools.

Participate wherever you are …

Choose an activity AND set a fundraising goal that both excites and challenges you! And then share about your Lake2Lake Challenge with your friends and family, rallying their support. As you get active in your local community, be inspired by the fact that you are part of a bigger global movement to support quality education around the world.

Or join us at an in-person event!

  • SOUTHERN ONTARIO: Meet the Wellspring team on the Brantford Rail Trail on Sept 18th, and ride, walk, or run for quality education! And join us in Shadow Lake Park, Waterford, at noon for a free lunch and a time of storytelling. Click here for details or contact Louise for more info.
  • BC’S OKANAGAN: A group of cyclists are tackling the traditional 200km Lake2Lake route between Vernon and Eagle Bay. While this is an unsupported ride, participants have the opportunity to stay at Eagle Bay Camp on Saturday evening and enjoy the camaraderie that makes this event so special! Contact Shirley to learn more.


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