Jess and Todd's #HotterNHell 100 Challenge

A project of GRAHAM-WINDHAM

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On August 25th, the Dannhauser Brothers will bike 100 miles in 100 degree "Texoma Heat" to support Graham Windham's kids and families ...

Dear Friends.

On Saturday August 25th, we are travelling to Wichita Falls, Texas to participate in the 31st Annual Hotter’N Hell Hundred mile endurance bike race. We are on a mission to raise money to support children who have been abused and neglected. These children can reach the highest of heights with your help, despite their unfair start.

This ride promises to be the toughest one we have ever attempted. With over 100 miles to cover alongside 15,000 riders from all over the country, as well as the ever-present 100 degree “Texoma Heat,” we are expecting the bike ride of a lifetime.

The extraordinary team at Graham Windham has been on a mission to bring breakthrough innovations in the field of child welfare to reality, helping to transform New York City communities by helping children and families transform themselves. You can contribute to that transformation by sponsoring us in the Hotter ‘N Hell 100.

Because of YOU, every mile we pedal will help thousands of children and families in New York City.

So give what you can. BIG or small - every dollar will go to support the children served by Graham Windham.

Help us honor Graham Windham’s kids with every mile we ride.

Join us!

Todd and Jess Dannhauser (President of GW)


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GRAHAM-WINDHAM
33 IRVING PLACE
NEW YORK, NY 10003

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The nation's longest serving child welfare agency and a leading force for good for NYC's neediest children since 1806.

EIN 132926426

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