Team BMC participates in the The Rodman Ride for Kids


The Team BMC Rodman Ride for Kids program helps raise awareness and important funds for the many pediatric programs at Boston Medical Center. 


The Rodman Ride for Kids is an umbrella matching gift charity raising funds for youth-focused social service agencies that support at-risk children in Massachusetts. We have raised over $61 million since 1991. The Ride for Kids and its affiliated agencies fundraise year-round, culminating with the Ride event, a 25, 50, and 100-mile non-competitive cycling tour, each fall. 

Affiliated agencies along with other beneficiaries, raise funds through corporate sponsorships and ridership. In turn, the Ride matches those funds at a rate of 10% when the agencies meet their predetermined fundraising goal.

The expenses associated with the Ride for Kids are less than 3% of the total revenue, and they are all underwritten. This means that when you donate to the Ride for Kids, every single dollar of your donation will directly benefit at-risk kids!

Why We Ride: BMC’s Pediatric Patients

We ride to support our most vulnerable patients, who at a very young age experience the reality of life’s hardships. At BMC, we nurture our pediatric patients back to health by providing life-changing clinical and social support.

Lisa Allee, MSW, LICSW, Injury Prevention Coordinator at Boston Medical Center attends the event yearly providing helmets and other important safety information.


The mission of Boston Medical Center is unique and clear: to provide exceptional care without exception to the people of Greater Boston.  Follow the link to Donate Now.

Read below to learn more about our patients and why they need your support.



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