2013 – Ride for the Heroes
2013 – Ride for the Heroes – Sunday, June 2, 2013
Ride for the Heroes is sponsored by the Central Bucks Rotary Club in support of the Travis Manion Foundation. Proceeds benefit wounded veterans, the families of fallen heroes, and the Central Bucks Rotary Foundation.
Registration Open Soon!
Single Rider $25
Double Rider $40
Picnic Guest $25
Shortly after the death of 1st Lt. Travis Manion in Iraq on Apr. 29, 2007, the fallen Marine’s mother, Janet Manion, founded the Travis Manion Foundation with a goal of honoring the fallen by challenging the living. Until her death on Apr. 24, 2012, Janet worked tirelessly to help families of other fallen service members, veterans, and active duty troops. The words her son spoke before leaving for his second and final deployment to Iraq – “If Not Me, Then Who…” – inspired Janet every day as she built the Travis Manion Foundation from the ground up. With Travis and Janet’s legacies providing a source of daily inspiration, the Travis Manion Foundation’s staff and volunteers work day and night to assist members of the military community
The Foundation’s Mission is to assist our nation’s veterans and the families of Fallen Heroes. We will continue the service to community and country exemplified by these Fallen Heroes and veterans. In the spirit of the Fallen, we will foster strength of mind and body to create a generation of future leaders.
To inspire and activate everyone with the generous spirit of those who serve.
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“If Not Me, Then Who…”
Headquartered in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, the Travis Manion Foundation has built a national reputation for using innovative programs that transform communities through service and how we honor those who serve.
Our team is comprised of Gold Star family members, military veterans – many with combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan – and spouses and family members of service members. The passion and dedication of our staff is evident in the impact we have empowering survivors, veterans, and citizens to take positive action and never forget the sacrifice of those who gave their all for our today.
We characterize our programs and impact as the “If Not Me, Then Who…” Movement. The movement serves as a catalyst for activating service based on the example provided us by our Fallen Heroes.