Tour Davita
2019
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Welcome To Ashley Turner's Fundraising Page !
Welcome To Ashley Turner's Fundraising Page !
Ashley Turner
$835.00 of $750.00
raised so far

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Ashley Turner

A Message From Ashley Turner

Thank you for your interest in sponsoring me for 2018 Tour DaVita! Your support – whether moral, financial or both – means more than you know.

Tour DaVita is so much more than a bike ride. It’s an amazing adventure and a physical challenge, but it’s also an extension of our day-to-day calling to “give life” to others.

That’s because our 2018 beneficiary is Bridge of Life (BOL), a nonprofit organization founded by DaVita, Inc. working to strengthen healthcare in underserved communities around the globe. BOL serves thousands of men, women and children through four programs: kidney care, primary care, chronic disease prevention, and kids’ camps. (You can learn more about BOL to the left.) By supporting me on this ride, your tax-deductible donation will help to strengthen healthcare in underserved communities around the globe.

If I can meet my fundraising goal by the mid-summer deadline, I’ll be on track to ride with the rest of the group from September 22-26. I’d appreciate your support – any amount will help!

This will be my 5th year completing this ride, and it is most definitely the highlight of my year! 

About Tour DaVita & BOL

My Donors to Date

Tour DaVita 2018
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ABOUT TOUR DAVITA

Teammates, physicians, patients and Friends of DaVita come from across the DaVita Village for a ~250-mile cycling journey that helps raise awareness on kidney disease and funds to bring lasting hope and health to people and communities in need.

ABOUT BRIDGE OF LIFE

Bridge of Life (BOL), an independent 501(c)(3) public charity founded by DaVita, Inc., is an international nonprofit organization working to strengthen health care globally through sustainable programs that prevent and treat chronic disease. BOL's vision is a world where all human beings have access to quality health care. BOL strives to empower local staff, community health workers and patients through training and education to make sustainable changes to health care.

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A Message From Ashley Turner

Thank you for your interest in sponsoring me for 2018 Tour DaVita! Your support – whether moral, financial or both – means more than you know.

Tour DaVita is so much more than a bike ride. It’s an amazing adventure and a physical challenge, but it’s also an extension of our day-to-day calling to “give life” to others.

That’s because our 2018 beneficiary is Bridge of Life (BOL), a nonprofit organization founded by DaVita, Inc. working to strengthen healthcare in underserved communities around the globe. BOL serves thousands of men, women and children through four programs: kidney care, primary care, chronic disease prevention, and kids’ camps. (You can learn more about BOL to the left.) By supporting me on this ride, your tax-deductible donation will help to strengthen healthcare in underserved communities around the globe.

If I can meet my fundraising goal by the mid-summer deadline, I’ll be on track to ride with the rest of the group from September 22-26. I’d appreciate your support – any amount will help!

This will be my 5th year completing this ride, and it is most definitely the highlight of my year! 

Donor Name Date Amount (USD) Comment
Janelle 6/10/2018 150.00

Ride it ❤️

Chelsea Winegar 6/11/2018 25.00

Go pedal your little legs off

Pam & Peter Coakley 6/11/2018 100.00

Good luck Ashley!

Megan Scott 6/11/2018 25.00

Brad Rogers 6/18/2018 25.00

Go Ashley!

Nathaniel 6/19/2018 150.00

Jennifer Waters 6/22/2018 20.00

Go get em girl!!

Gwamma 7/18/2018 150.00

Megan Petrash 7/19/2018 25.00

GO ASHLEY!!

DJ HOUSE ARREST 7/19/2018 80.00

RIDE ON!

Dan Stampf 8/08/2018 25.00

Rocky Kimball 9/26/2018 60.00

So proud of you- you kick ass on the bike!

Amount raised online: $835.00 Amount raised offline: $0.00 Total amount raised: $835.00
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