Seattle to San Francisco 2012 Bicycle Tour Coastal Challenge
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Seattle to San Francisco

July 28th-August 11th

Following the Pacific Coast from the Emerald City to the Golden Gate, the S2SF challenge ride and tour will take you through breathtaking coastal views, glorious redwoods, and awesome small towns. Not to mention, this will be one of the greatest experiences of your life!

Join us as we ride 1000 miles to benefit The Ndoto Project and the young Kenyan leaders they support. Become a part of our team! Go ahead and join the adventure!

And be sure to attend our kickoff party and photographic exhibit in Seattle, May 26th, 2012, including bike art auction, live African music, and great, passionate company! Join us at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center starting at 7pm.

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Like many African countries, Kenya continues to struggle with impoverishment, HIV, and a lack of opportunity. Worse yet, more and more young adults are entering the job market without even subsistance jobs available.

The Ndoto Project

Our Vision

Enable disadvantaged Kenyan youth to be the change through:

College Education - giving those who wouldn't be able to the skills and merits to succeed and make a difference.

Mentorship - providing guidance to become socially responsible leaders, grow as people, and find their way to make an impact.

Enrichment Experiences - enabling them to attend conferences on youth leadership, women's leadership, and socially responsible change, within their nation.

Community Involvement - encouraging participation in their communities for social and environmental causes, development, and the disadvantaged.