Events

Slumberland Bedrace for Bridging

Make plans to attend the “Coolest” Fundraising Event of the year on Saturday, March 14, 2020.

 

We are thrilled to have Slumberland as our partner for this one-of-a-kind fundraising event.

Teams of four, dressed in crazy costumes, race down Buck Hill on a REAL SLUMBERLAND MATTRESS and help thousands of people in need. It’s outrageous fun for a great cause!

WARM YOUR HEART, raise money for Bridging to FURNISH HOMES WITH HOPE, have a blast, and make the most of winter!

Registration opens in December with earlybird pricing!

Check out our great photos from last year’s event, courtesy Joe Stadele Photography and Meridian Studios.

Hats off to all of our 2019 participants, sponsors, volunteers, fundraisers and supporters for making this event a great success.

 

Become a Sponsor!

Thank you for your interest in sponsoring the 2020 Bedrace for Bridging.

As a sponsor, you will:

    • Help Furnish Homes With Hope
    • Highlight your commitment to the community.
    • Increase visibility and promotion for your support in a variety of ways before, during, and after the event through: Bridging’s website and social media channels, promotional materials, and event signage.
    • Have fun with your team!

Ready to sponsor? Use the secure form below to fill out your information!

Register for the Bedrace

Thanks for your interest! Registration opens soon! Get your bedrace team together and complete the Bedrace Interest Form at the bottom of this page and we will be in touch soon.

Bedrace Interest Form

Slumberland Bedrace for Bridging Interest Form

    (at least one must be checked)

If you’d like to talk to someone about other bedrace sponsorship options, please contact Maggie Mau, Donor Relations Manager; Maggie.mau@bridging.org or call 952.888.0777. You can also complete the Bedrace Interest Form and we will be in touch soon!

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