Every year the Canada 911 Foundation holds Canada’s 911 Rides, to raise funds and awareness to benefit families of fallen emergency service personnel, children who were victims of violent crimes, and The Mikey Network.
This past weekend was the Ontario ride, which saw The Mikey Network place and commit 3 new MIKEYs (AEDs) along the two-day ride. The first was placed with Muskoka Woods City Camp. Ramara Township Fire Department and Beaverton Curling Club, will be receiving their MIKEYs shortly.
This is our 10th year riding along with Canada 911 Foundation, and this year’s Canada’s 911 Ride raised almost $10,000 for The Mikey Network. This brings the total amount raised to $230,000!
We are so grateful for their support. The money they have raised has enabled us to place more than 100 MIKEYS with families and organizations in need.
If you’re interested in participating in next year’s ride or donating to the cause, check out the Canada 911 Foundation web page.
Please check out this feature CTV News did on this year’s ride.