RallyMe, the National Ability Center kick off partnership with cycling event fundraiser

RallyMe is proud to announce a partnership with the National Ability Center to provide a dedicated and sophisticated fundraising platform for its programs and participants.

DiscoverNAC.RallyMe.com kicked off its first fundraising effort this month with the annual Summit Challenge cycling event in and around the Park City, UT area on Aug. 27. The event attracts more than 800 cyclists who register to participate and help raise funds for the National Ability Center programs.

The National Ability Center (NAC) provides high-quality, inclusive programs to individuals with disabilities and their families.

“We are excited for our first year working with RallyMe to fundraise for the National Ability Center during our 2016 Summit Challenge 102, 52 or 16 mile rides. This fully supported ride is open to all abilities and ages and free for individuals with disabilities,” said Whitney Thompson, NAC Marketing Manager.

Cyclists who sign up for the Summit Challenge can quickly launch a fundraiser through DiscoverNAC.RallyMe.com and ask their family, friends and colleagues to support their ride with a donation. The goal is 100% participation by all Summit Challenge riders.

“We are happy to join forces with The National Ability Center to provide a fundraising resource for its events and programs,” said Bill Kerig, RallyMe CEO. “The services offered by the NAC not only benefit its participants and their families, but the entire community as well.”

The NAC invites anyone to take part in the cycling event to challenge their abilities while being inspired to ride and raise dollars for more than 120 adaptive riders out on the course.

“Thank you RallyMe for being a champion of the possibilities within each of us and for helping the National Ability Center continue to say YES to kids, veterans and families who need our support,” Thompson said.

How You Can Help:

1.    Supporters can go to DiscoverNAC.RallyMe.com and choose a fundraising campaign in which to pledge their support.


2.    Register for the Summit Challenge ride, which takes place Aug. 27. Learn More: http://summitchallenge100.org

About The National Ability Center
The National Ability Center is a non-profit organization that has united around a collective vision to inspire individual achievement and create a global impact for people of all abilities. The National Ability Center provides high-quality, inclusive programs to individuals with disabilities and their families. Activities include alpine and Nordic skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, horseback riding, hippotherapy, indoor rock climbing, swimming, archery, sled hockey, cycling, water-skiing, wakeboarding, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, and challenge course activities. Last year, individuals and their families participated in more than 28,000 lessons and outings. More than 1,000 volunteers contribute over 23,000 hours annually. Learn more at http://www.discovernac.org

About RallyMe
RallyMe is the leader in online sports fundraising. RallyMe has partnered with over 30 sports National Governing Bodies and top sports organizations across the globe to help athletes, teams and organizations raise the funds they need to train and compete and raise money for events. Thousands have raised millions on RallyMe. The platform is safe, secure and provides sophisticated tools and templates to help athletes and organizations raise funds through their personal and social media networks. CNBC called RallyMe the “Gold medal standard” for athlete crowdfunding. Learn more at http://rallyme.com