Our volunteers rock it!

…and we couldn’t run the Ride without them. This year, we will have more than 400 volunteers to help with a whole slew of things, before, during and after the event.  

It’s about community, camaraderie, kicking cancer to the curb and keeping it there. If you’d like to be one of the hundreds of volunteers we count on to pull off a Ride that helps put the magic back in the lives of cancer survivors as they move forward from treatment, we need you! 
 
 
If you have any questions about volunteering or about any of the volunteer positions, please contact our volunteer coordinator at lara@ctchallenge.org 

To see all the exact times of assignments, please go to registration.

Pre-Event Volunteer Positions: Thursday, July 27
  • Gift bag assembly  
  • Table and chair set up 
Friday Night Opening Ceremony Volunteer Positions: Friday, July 28
  • Beverages
  • Volunteer check-in 
  • Information booth 
  • Rider registration 
  • Photographer 
  • Parking   
  • Food tent   
  • Honor flags  
Event Day – Onsite Volunteer Positions: Saturday, July 29
  • Band Hospitality
  • Beverage 
  • CT Challenge store
  • EMT – Hunt Club
  • Finish line greeter
  • Finish line announcements
  • Food tent
  • Parking
  • Kids activities 
  • Honor flags
  • Photographer 
  • Post ride check-in 
  • Rider registration 
  • Team photo shoot
  • Volunteer check-in
  • Information booth 
Event Day – Offsite Volunteer Positions
  • Rest stops
  • EMT- Rest stop




Where the money goes

The programs funded by the CT Challenge Ride were renamed Mission this year to position them as the flagship for survivors everywhere. Their commitment to use these programs to equip all who battle cancer with the exercise, nutrition and mind-body knowledge, tools and community needed to live. life. vibrantly. remains unchanged.

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