Alaska Adult & Teen Challenge Hosts 4th Annual Sled for Hope Ride
By: Alaska Adult & Teen Challenge
Sled for Hope 2020 is a fun way for supporters of Adult & Teen Challenge and addiction recovery in Alaska to raise money for the cause through riding and racing on snowmachines. Registrants are encouraged to share their sponsorship page on social media to raise as much support as possible and for the chance to win the Ski-Doo Summit. Parties who are not participating in the event but would like to support can either donate or sponsor an individual or team on the event website.
Registrants can bring their own snowmachine or rent a snowmachine for free at the event from sponsor Alaska Toy Rentals. Accommodations and parking are available at the Talkeetna Lodge. Registrants are encouraged to book their accommodations early.
Sled for Hope 2020 Agenda
8:00 AM - Check-In/Breakfast
9:00 AM - Race Start
Mid-Afternoon - Race End
6:00 PM - Banquet Dinner and Prizes
"This day promises to be a premier event for Alaska, not only for the participants but for the proceeds of this event to be directly applied to the front lines of addiction in Alaska," says Doug Wever, Alaska Executive Director, Pacific Northwest Adult & Teen Challenge.
About Adult & Teen Challenge
Adult & Teen Challenge provides hope and freedom for Alaska addicts as a faith-based addiction recovery program. They currently offer a men's, one-year residential program in the Mat-Su Valley and seven non-residential programs throughout Anchorage, Wasilla, Fairbanks, Haines, and the North Slope, with two mobile crisis centers coming soon to Anchorage and the Mat-Su Valley. The non-profit has a 70% success rate for addiction recovery, which is well above national statistics. Their program uses a comprehensive approach to recovery that addresses every aspect of their students' lives to rescue them from addiction.