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  • Bike & Build riders start their cross-country journey at New Castle Common

    3,700 mile trek for affordable housing begins June 12

    New Castle, NH – Bike & Build returns to NH to kick-off their 2022 season! 21 cyclists from Bike & Build, will dip their back tires in the Atlantic Ocean and have their bikes blessed by our very own Pastor Kent at the New Castle Commons on Sunday morning the 12th at 8:30am. After a two year hiatus due to COVID these amazing young athletes and philanthropists are ready for this journey. Their mission - affordable housing! They will ride across the country, raising money for the cause. They will be partnering with Habitat for Humanity affiliates along the way and building houses as they go. Their trek will end in Bellingham, Washington where they will dip their front tires in the Pacific Ocean when they arrive.

    “On Saturday the 11th these young adults will assist SENH Habitat for Humanity in finalizing the almost complete home on Lincoln Road in Middleton NH,” said Marcie Bergan, Executive Director of Southeast New Hampshire Habitat. ”They are lending their skills and philanthropic energy to help us meet our mission. This has long been a tradition for us and we are so happy to have them here with us in New Hampshire. Feel free to come out and meet them at either the build site on Saturday or the Blessing on Sunday. We often talk about the big picture – well this is one way our newest generation of philanthropists get it done!”

    About Southeast New Hampshire Habitat for Humanity

    For more than 25 years Southeast Habit for Humanity has been building affordable housing in southeastern New Hampshire. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and we work to strengthen families and communities through modest and affordable homeownership opportunities. We work in partnership with local businesses, individual volunteers, faith-based organizations, members of the military, veteran organizations, and other fraternal and civic organizations. We have learned that collaboration is key!

    To learn more, please visit our website at www.senhhabitat.org. Follow us on our social media accounts to learn about our home building progress, upcoming events and more: www.facebook/Southeast.NH.Habitat.for.Humanity, www.twitter.com/SENHH4H, www.instagram.com/SENHHabitatforHumanity.

    About Bike & Build

    Through service-oriented cycling trips, Bike & Build benefits affordable housing and empowers young adults for a lifetime of service and civic engagement. For more information, please visit www.bikeandbuild.org.