Benefiting The WAVE Foundation
Saturday July 15, 2017
Follow this link and use the code WAVE2017
and $5.00 of your ticket purchase will be benefit The WAVE Foundation
Our largest fundraising event turns 10 in 2017! The ride has galvanized the support of thousands of riders, hundreds of community volunteers, numerous business sponsors and raised over $1,000,000. Since its inception in 2008, WAVE has donated over $690,000 to 17 different agencies representing 12 different counties in the State of Washington. The 10th annual Cycle the WAVE 2017 will be held Sunday, September 17th at Bellevue College.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes October 21, 2017 at 11:30am in the Quad. The University of Washington Alpha Chi Omega Rho Chapter hosts this men’s march against domestic violence in which men literally walk a mile in high heels. This is a family friendly event only 1 mile long around the beautiful UW campus. Proceeds will benefit The WAVE Foundation. Donations welcome of cash and of high heels sizes 9 and above. There are never enough heels available for all the men who want to participate!
Check out the Walk A Mile Video
Friday, May 12, 2017
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Mercer Island Community Center
8236 SE 24th Street
Mercer Island, WA
Featuring award-winning wineries, a local brewery and cidery plus gourmet local food. Exciting auction items!
Lake to Lake Family Bike Ride The City of Bellevue offers this annual family friendly bike ride in June at Lake Hills Community Park. Register online here or day of event at 8 a.m. Ride begins at 9 a.m. Two routes available: a nine mile, mostly flat greenbelt loop and a more challenging and hilly 22 lake loop. The rides have about 20% off road gravel and 80% paved roads. Cycle the WAVE is a partner with Lake to Lake. We recommend bikes with fatter tires to accommodate the gravel areas. A fun look into Bellevue’s beautiful park areas that you don’t see otherwise!
PATH The WAVE Foundation supports the movement to end trafficking of humans through the organization Seattle Against Slavery (SAS) and its cycling event, PATH (Pedal Against Trafficking Humans). New for 2017 is a 5k walk.
The event is a local grassroots effort. The 5th annual PATH ride will be held on March 25, 2017 at Seward Park.