Angel Charities Inc

Supporting children with life-altering burn injuries.

aka AngelRide   |   OLD LYME, CT   |  www.AngelRide.org

Mission

At AngelRide, our mission is to support children with life-altering burn injuries. We do this by presenting AngelRide, a fundraising event that provides a challenging Metric Century cycling route with exceptional support and enthusiastic volunteers. We may also provide a 35 mile supported route and a Little AngelRide route for youth. Proceeds are gifted to The Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp, connecting these brave children's extraordinary spirit with the delight of an old-fashioned summer camp experience. Building lasting relationships with other children who have been through the same trauma is instrumental in the camper's physical and emotional healing. This Camp is administered by The Connecticut Burns Care Foundation.

Ruling year info

2016

Chair - Board of Directors

Andrew Pandiani

Main address

PO BOX 1013

OLD LYME, CT 06371 USA

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EIN

47-2608324

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Unknown (Z99)

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AngelRide

Angel Charities is an all-volunteer organization presenting AngelRide - a charitable cycling event held over Memorial Day weekend. Typically, AngelRide is an in-person event providing a Metric Century (62+ mile) route with the unprecedented support of SAG, bike techs, medical riders and enthusiastic volunteers. Rest Stops are at Fire Stations every 12-15 miles. Riders are invited to a Friday night dinner, program and overnight near/at the Start location. An Opening Ceremony and Finish Line Festival round out the important pieces we provide to engage with the AngelRide community. Families can also participate! The Little AngelRide was a 6-mile neighborhood route which ended at the same Finish line as the Metric Century route.

May 2020...we are proud and grateful to our dedicated and resilient community for swiftly adapting to a Remote AngelRide. Not only cyclists but also runners and walkers were invited to join us virtually and participate individually in their hometowns. Volunteers were essential in connecting with participants during their AngelRide through a card game, a PokerRide! Participants earned cards based on completing their mileage goals over Memorial Day weekend. We shared our excitement and appreciation through virtual Opening and Closing ceremonies which included a slide show of participant selfies, entertainment, a tribute to our Veterans and testimonials from campers who are now counselors. We will continue with this model for May 2021 and also plan to gather in-person for an Appreciation Event in September 2021.

2021 will be the 18th Annual AngelRide and the 3rd year providing support to The Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp. Located in Union, CT and established in 1991, Camp provides physical and emotional recovery for kids ages 8-18 from around the world who have survived life-altering burn injuries. All children attend free of charge. All counselors are volunteers: medical professionals, firefighters and adult burn survivors. The Camp is operated by The Connecticut Burns Care Foundation.

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Angel Charities Inc

Board of directors
as of 10/4/2021
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Board chair

Andrew Pandiani

Fred Brooke

Amy O'Connor

Lynn Pandiani

Nancy Chupak

Chris Ashby

Lynn McCarthy

Emeritus Board Member

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