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'Bike Ride for Survivors' raises $48,000 for Crime Victims and Youth Programs

(RICHMOND) - The District Attorney’s third annual “Bike Ride for Survivors” raised $48,000 to benefit survivors of crime and youth programs in Fort Bend County. The charity ride was on Oct. 7. The Ride started from Brazos River Park in Sugar Land and spanned the county for 20-, 40-, and 55-mile routes.

“October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and we couldn’t have asked for better weather or greater community support,” said District Attorney Brian Middleton. “With bike routes protected by law enforcement, a kids’ color run, music, food, and many community partners attending – this was our best ride ever.”


All proceeds support crime victim service providers in Fort Bend County and the Expose Excellence Youth Foundation.


“We registered over 180 riders and raised approximately $48,000 with more donations still coming in,” said Middleton. “If you would like to donate, you can do so through our Expose Excellence Youth Foundation website at https://eeyfoundation.com/donation-packages/.”


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