Wen and Wesley Wong ride to help reduce poverty

Wen and Wesley are a father-son team who are part of the Tenth Church Team participating in the Love In Motion ride.

Wen and Wesley Wong are a father-son team who are part of the Tenth Church Team participating in the Love In Motion cause - a coast- to-coast bicycle and motorcycle ride across Canada.

Former Princeton pharmacist, Wen Wong and son Wesley will arrive in Princeton during the first week of July.

Sharon Wong joins her husband and son as a van driver, to help out along the way.

Wen and Wesley are a father-son team who are part of the Tenth Church Team participating in the Love In Motion cause – a coast- to-coast bicycle and motorcycle ride across Canada.

The Love In Motion Ride is done to raise funds to help end poverty and associated social issues.

Riders are raising awareness and funds through pledges for projects targeting complex and diverse issues like poverty, youth violence, family breakdown, and challenges for newcomers to Canada. Project details can be found on the Love in Motion website: www.loveinmotion.ca/projects

The Ride begins June 30 from Vancouver and ends in Halifax on August 31, 2014.

Wen and Wesley are participating in a one week stretch of the ride, Vancouver to Vernon. They will leave Vancouver on June 30 and Wen says they should reach Princeton sometime around July 3.

They look forward to seeing old friends and familiar faces.

If you would like to sponsor Wen and Wesley and assist them in their fundraising efforts please vsit their fundraising page.

https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/FundraisingPage.aspx registrationID=2186172&langPref=en-CA&Referrer=http%3a%2f%2fwww.loveinmotion.ca%2fdonations#&panel1-2

Keep an eye out for the Wong family and the Love In Motion group of riders on July 3/4.

 

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