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Cornell University

David M. Einhorn Center for
Community Engagement

An integration of the Public Service Center and
the Office of Engagement Initiatives

AIDS Ride for Life seek volunteers (September)

The AIDS Ride for Life is in its 24th year, we're an almost completely outdoor event that hosts a huge group of dedicated volunteers every year to assist cyclists as they pedal 14 to 102 miles around Cayuga Lake. Volunteers are located throughout the 102 miles; choose from one of our seven wonderful pitstops or starting/finish lines, protect riders in our fantastic SAG support as they pedal, help serve lunch in Seneca Falls, or check riders in at Stewart Park in the morning, we have so many options to participate that you will find something that appeals to you! Volunteer teams are also welcome, come volunteer with friends, family, sports groups, church groups, or other social circles! It's a great excuse to spend a few hours together supporting a great cause! The Ride will be held on Saturday, September 10th!

Want to know more about the AIDS Ride for Life? Check out our event page here:  

Ready to sign up? Check out our new and improved volunteer form! 


Questions? Contact anyone on our Ride Team! 

Mary Kaminsky, Development Director - 

Kayla Thomas, Special Events Coordinator - 

Hannah VanOstrand, Program Assistant -



One Time

Participation Type



End Date


TCAT Bus Route

Issue Areas

Health & Medicine
Civic Engagement
Human Rights & Civil Liberties
Advocacy & Human Rights


Hannah VanOstrand


Cass Park, 701 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA