Now an annual event connecting Family Resource Centers across the Granite State, NHCT’s Ride for Resilience highlights family strength and the many ways New Hampshire’s network of support helps build individual, family, and community resiliency! On Oct. 21 four riders hopped on their bicycles and pedaled 100 miles across southern New Hampshire to raise awareness about the statewide resources available to all NH families. Everyone plays a role in the prevention of child abuse and neglect, and we would love to have you support for NEXT YEAR’S ride to help us raise awareness about all the great work being done throughout the state’s network of Family Resource Centers!

This year, Ride founder and New Hampshire Children’s Trust Board Member Mark Knights and his fellow participants began their journey at Healthy Starts, a program of Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services, in Keene. They then headed east, making stops at The River Center in Peterborough, and the Upper Room in Derry. The ride concluded at Vernon Family Farms in Newfields for food and music.