Support Bro. Shamus during his 2016 charity bicycle ride to benefit the Dorothy Day Outreach Center. “Cycling the Atlantic Coast for the Dorothy Day Outreach Center” is taking the 69-year-old friar on an eight-week journey approximately 1,500 miles down the east coast from New York City to Sarasota, FL.
The ride kicked-off on September 9 from the original New York Catholic Worker in lower Manhattan - the last stop on Bro. Shamus' 2015 charity ride - founded by Dorothy Day in the 1930s. Before his departure he presented the organization with a $500 donation.
Not only will this cycle trip be the longest in charity ride history, but Bro. Shamus is also upping his fundraising goal from $35,000 in 2015 to $40,000 in 2016.
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For the first time, the Saint Francis University chapter of Sideline Cancer has partnered with Bro. Shamus to support his annual charity bicycle ride to benefit the Dorothy Day Outreach Center. The group will host fundraisers on campus this September to raise money for the Bro. Shamus Charity Ride.
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The Dorothy Day Outreach Center (DDOC) at Saint Francis University has announced new hours, effective immediately, to better serve its clients.
The Dorothy Day Outreach Center will host its 2nd annual wine tasting event as part of Saint Francis University’s Homecoming weekend celebration on Saturday, October 22. The wine tasting will run from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. in the John F. Kennedy Student Center on campus.
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You can join Bro. Shamus on his charity ride to raise money for the Dorothy Day Outreach Center by organizing your own "ride" in your own city.
The Saint Francis University Social Committee is sponsoring the 4th annual Bro. Shamus Shuffle on Saturday, August 27 at the Memorial Field Pavilion in Ebensburg. Cyclers, runners and walkers are invited to join Bro. Shamus for a day along the Ghost Town Trail as he works toward his goal of raising $40,000 for the Dorothy Day Outreach Center.
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