KOTO DREAM RIDE 2017

October 17, 2017

KOTO is excited to announce that our annual fundraising event – KOTO DREAM RIDE 2017 will once again run on the 25th of November 2017.

 

The very first KOTO Dream Ride took place in 2001 from Hanoi to Tam Dao mountain. Over the last 16 years, Dream Ride has become a traditional event that gathers hundreds of expats to support our cause. KOTO Dream Ride is proud to rally the local community to come together in order to raise most needed funds for our hospitality training program.

 

This year’s riding route will start at the British International School. The course will take our riders through a 55km scenic route passing through villages, pagodas and green paddy fields providing an adventurous and different taste of fun.

 

Dream Ride 2017 promises to offer a different experience to riders and their friends and family. The funds raised from this event will cover the cost of a year's accommodation for our 200 trainees who have currently commenced training. Join us to make Dream Ride this year a success while you personally, will create a positive impact to the many street kids and disadvantaged youth in Vietnam through the empowerment of social enterprise.

 

“The dream ride in its 16th year is still and always will be about community fun day whilst helping the at-risk and disadvantaged youth of Vietnam. We thank you for making this event going from strength to strength." – Jimmy Pham, KOTO founder.

 

Event’s details are as below:

KOTO DREAM RIDE 2017 – Ride to Build DREAMS

Date & Time: 7.00 a.m, Saturday, 25th November 2017

Start at: British International School of Hanoi – Vinhome Riverside, Long Bien Hanoi

Finish at: KOTO Training Centre – Yen Vien, Gia Lam, Hanoi.

Entry tickets: 1,980,000VND per person ($88). Special offers for groups, students and children.

10% off for registrations before 26th October.

REGISTER HERE 

 

Cannot ride on the day? Sponsor KOTO trainees to ride on your behalf: https://www.givenow.com.au/koto

All proceeds go directly to change the lives of many at risk kids via KOTO program.

For media, please contact: Huong Dang at huongdt.hn@koto.com.au or +84901245073

 

 

 

 

 

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