NuHope Street is a non-profit organization close to my heart. I happen to believe in its mission to bring small businesses, people and their resources together to raise awareness and money for a greater good. Cudworth Copywriting is one of those small business, donating time and resources, in the form of web content, newsletters, blogs and social media, to this worthy charity organization.

See a sampling of the work below, but refer to the live site (above) for the web content in its entirety.

Are you Spoked to Ride for a Great Cause?

This summer, set in the picturesque Snoqualmie Valley, you can take part in a family bike ride that will help change lives. Spoked to Ride is a unique cycling event for nearly all riding ages where people can register for an afternoon of fun, sun and cycling in order to raise money for the educational needs of children in Africa.

Upon registration for Spoked to Ride, you can choose between one of two routes: an easy 12-mile family ride on sleepy country roads next to flower farms, barns, country homes and more beautiful scenery, or the longer 40-mile ride for more seasoned cyclists who get the same scenic ride with an added challenge of hills and highways.

Since this is a family fun event, you have a third option to register a non-rider to come and simply enjoy the food and festivities after the ride is over. That way, everyone can come join the fun even if they don’t want to participate in the morning ride.

What we’re gonna do.
First, we’re going to send you on a scenic morning ride; you pick the designated route. When you return from the ride, you’ll be greeted by the waft of a delicious complimentary barbecue in the park. We’ll even have adult beverages on tap. Enjoy the lawn games, the playground, or just sit back, relax and enjoy the live music. At some point, visit the silent auction table and see what great prizes you can win. Register early and you’ll be guaranteed a cool hooded sweatshirt to show off how you were “spoked to ride” at a fun event that gives children hope and a future.

How we’re gonna do it.
With the help of sponsorships, donations and your rider registration, we’re able to host a memorable and fun experience locally while providing opportunities to children abroad. We’ve partnered with two hard-working organizations in separate African nations that need our help to keep kids in school and give them the proper learning tools and environment. Our hope is that we can empower this generation to lead the next, and so on.

Run the Mountain to Give Kids a Future

Youth in foster care face mountains every day. Without the same care and resources that benefit the average child, kids in foster care face an uphill battle to succeed in our fast-paced society. Only half of youth in foster care graduate high school, and continue to face challenges long after leaving the system. NuHope Street, along with its beneficiary, Treehouse for Kids, aims to change that statistic.

On Saturday, September 22, Run the Mountain is an event that will raise funds for youth in foster care, giving them resources and supplies to have a positive experience in school. Monies raised from the event will help provide necessities like clothes and school supplies, funding for after-school activities, athletic fees, art and music programs, drivers’ education, summer camp, tutoring and much more.

When you register for Run the Mountain, you’re signing up to spend the morning on a picturesque trail through Squak Mountain State Park in Issaquah, Washington. You’ll stride through the tall timbers, past bubbling creeks, mossy rocks and across charming foot bridges. The summit of the mountain rests at 2,024 feet and offers view of the surrounding Cascade foothills, the Issaquah Plateau, and Seattle.

What better way to welcome autumn than to join NuHope Street at Run the Mountain September 22, taking in nature’s finest landscapes, while taking part in giving local foster children the hope to conquer their own mountains.

Event Details
Participants can choose between a 5K, 10K or 15K single-track trail route with winding up and down elevation changes. The cost to register is $55 for adults and $35 for runners 16 years and younger. Included with registration is a long-sleeved tech shirt, post-run pizza, beer and soft drinks.

Event Schedule
8 AM: Registration begins. Participants arrive and pick up their bib numbers for the run. 10 AM: 15K race begins at May Valley Trailhead. 10:15 AM: 10K race begins at May Valley Trailhead. An Aid Station under a pop-up tent will be available for 10K and 15K runners at the Bullitt Fireplace site (roughly 7K into the race), offering first aid, water, electrolyte drinks and assorted snacks. 10:30 AM: 5K race begins at May Valley Trailhead. 11 AM: Race participants begin arriving at finish line. 12 PM: Food and beverage service begins. 1:30 PM: Race deadline for finish. Food and beverage service ends.

NuHope Street's Mission

At NuHope Street, we believe the business and social community can do good for others locally and abroad without disrupting our daily schedules or stretching our financial comfort levels. Join one of our events and take part in a fun, rewarding experience while making a positive change in the world.

NuHope Street was formed to bring business leaders around the Pacific Northwest and beyond into a partnership that supports non-profit organizations through fundraising or awareness events. Our primary mission is to help kids and youth, locally and abroad, get the resources they need to survive and thrive – whether that means fundraising for their basic needs to be met (food, shelter, clothing, etc.), for educational resources, or for medical and therapy treatments.

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