WHAT IS THE HARD ROAD CHALLENGE?

The Hard Road Challenge is a fundraiser hosted by The Epik Project and Ride My Road, two organizations recognized as leaders in the anti-trafficking movement for their work in supporting survivor-centered programs.

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The fundraiser consists of multiple teams that help raise a certain donation amount before the challenge starts on August 28th – August 29th. The funds we raise for The Hard Road Challenge will be awarded to local and national organizations offering support to survivors so that they may receive the necessary tools to thrive.

OUR CHALLENGE

We have committed to a 100-mile movement from Christine’s Place in Kansas City, Missouri to the E3 Ranch in Ft. Scott, Kansas. This movement is a 48-hour challenge that begins on August 28th and runs through August 29th.

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During the challenge, we will be carrying painted rocks, that the girls we serve have created with their lifestyle struggles and hardships in mind, to show our solidarity with survivors of trafficking and those still being exploited.

GET INVOLVED

Will you consider supporting our efforts by making a tax-deductible contribution to our goal? The fundraiser starts June 17th and lasts until the challenge is completed on August 29th.

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Your donation will offer solutions with a measurable impact within the anti-human trafficking movement and allow us to serve the most vulnerable right here in our city.

JOIN OUR CAUSE

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We seek to create a world free from sexual exploitation through enacting justice, providing recovery and training, and educating the public.

Change is possible!

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