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Orphans Matter

Most of the orphans in Gonaives Haiti have spent their entire lives in an orphanage run by El Shaddai Ministries, International. The orphanage, school and clinic is the only reality they know. They live, learn, work and grow here. And until 2014, their activity was dictated by the rising and setting of the sun. With funds raised from Ride 4 Orphans, their lives were forever changed by the flipping of a switch. 

Next Ride: February 13, 2016

Spanish River Church, 2400 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, FL 30308

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Ride 4 Orphans was started in 2013 to raise funds to support orphan projects at our SRC church plant locations in Chad, Malawi, Haiti and local foster care organizations, 4KIDS of South Florida and Place of Hope at The Leighan and David Rinker Campus.

Everyone is invited!

Everyone is welcome to participate! From children to first-time riders to passionate enthusiasts - we have something for everyone!

Join us in making a difference!

Since its first year, over 1,100 riders have participated in the annual ride and have raised $80,000. One hundred percent of all proceeds go directly to chosen organizations who work with orphans and foster children locally and globally.

2016 Sponsors


You can also show your support by making a donation. 100% of all proceeds go directly to the organizations working with the orphans.

The Compassion Experience 

One of our sponsors, Compassion International, is hosting The Compassion Experience on SRC's campus February 11th - 14th.

More than 700 million people in developing countries live on less than $1.90 per day, facing challenges most Americans never will. Compassion International’s The Compassion Experience brings visitors on a journey into the lives of two Compassion-sponsored children living in Uganda and Bolivia

Stay after the race and experience this free, self-guided tour that will immerse you into the lives of the children. Through the use of an iPod, a headset and over 2,000 square feet of interactive space, visitors will see the children’s homes, walk through schools and markets, and hear life-changing stories of hope—all from the perspective of a child whose life began in poverty.