Cycle the WAVE Teams – Fun and Fundraising

A Cycle the WAVE team can be a group of cycling buddies from your workplace, neighborhood, family, or wherever you meet people who like to cycle, especially for a worthwhile cause. It’s an easy way to raise money with our awesome no-pressure fundraising program and experience some of the most rewarding aspects of the event. It’s all about the power of women supporting each other, and giving back to the community.  Form a team and become the designated Team Captain! One of our most awesome Team Captains, Randy Simon, has even created a Team Captain’s Tool Box with guidelines to make it even easier for you.

And by the way, being a team member does not require being a cyclist or female.

We currently (04302015) have 25 teams registered, and they have already raised nearly $4000 in donations!  We are excited for what these teams can do for domestic violence programs in WA State with their donations, and also increase awareness to all their friends and family. Team Seattle Cycle Sirens are ahead with the most dollars raised so far.

Be the TOP Fundraising Team and enjoy your private team tent with masseuse, special VIP parking for all fundraising members, and a team photo for each rider!

Be a Team Captain or join a team by registering to ride, volunteering, or donating.

Seattle Pacific University students team up with WAVE for an important project.

Each year, senior nursing students from Seattle Pacific University engage in community health projects, partnering with various organizations in the greater Seattle area. One group of students worked with the WAVE Foundation to take leadership in facilitating and developing a project defined by the organization as a need of critical importance. Some allied health care professionals may not feel confident in their ability to assess and provide resources to clients experiencing domestic violence. Through research and collaboration with WAVE and other community resources, these students developed a short educational video aimed at allied health professionals who may encounter these clients. This video project provides essential assessment questions and follow-up resources to help health care professionals gain confidence in screening clients who may be at-risk for or experiencing domestic violence.