The Rodman Ride for Kids is a 25-, 50- and 100-mile non-competitive cycling tour. The Ride works with 50 nonprofit affiliates who fundraise and recruit their own riders while rallying additional support through other nonprofit organizations and individuals. Approximately 1,500 riders and 700 volunteers have collectively raised over $13 million in past years — all of which supports at-risk youth across the U.S. This year, CFCS was invited by The Key Program, one of the Ride's 50 affiliates, to participate with their own team. They have a goal of raising $5,000 through the combined efforts of each individual who signs up to ride with them. Any amount they raise over their goal, the Ride matches at 3 percent. There is no fundraising minimum for CFCS riders. The form will prompt participants to enter a minimum goal of $1,500, but they can enter an amount with which they feel comfortable.