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Welcome to Mark Copelovitch's Ride2Ramah Page

What possesses one, along with a small group of fellow MAMILs (Middle-Aged Men in Lycra) and the invaluable assistance of one brave spouse, to ride 280 miles, from Madison to Northern Wisconsin, in the middle of the summer? Well, hubris and foolhardiness, to be sure, along with a deep and abiding love of cycling. But most of all, I am riding to raise money to help the children in our community afford one of the finest Jewish summer camp experiences in the country. Camp Ramah in Wisconsin plays a central role in the life of my son, Micah, and in the lives of so many other children from Beth Israel Center, past, present, and future. It provides them a unique opportunity, each summer, to engage with Judaism – with children from around the Midwest and beyond – in a truly special and beautiful environment. Ramah Wisconsin has also, for decades, been a pioneer in developing meaningful Jewish camp experiences for children, like Micah, with special needs.

From July 11-14, we will once again Ride2Ramah. Through this ride, we are working to establish and endow a lasting fund to support scholarships for Beth Israel Center children who need financial assistance to share in the Ramah experience. Together we can make a difference!

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Personal Overview

So far I've raised 31% of my goal
 
Personal Goal:$2,500.00
Money Raised:$780.00

Recent Donations

Marilyn Heiss
$18.00
Casey Klofstad
$18.00
Erin, Jeremy, Ezra & Gideon
$36.00
We love you guys, we love the mission, we love Jewish summer camps and we love the acronym MAMILs! xoxoxox

Team Overview

Team BIC Riders has raised 96% of its goal
 
Team Fundraising Goal: $12,000.00
Money Raised:$11,545.00
Team's Top Fundraisers
Joshua Ben-Gideon
$2,006.00
Paul Wilson
$629.00

Event Overview

Madison to Ramah Scholarship Ride 2016 has raised 96% of their goal
Madison to Ramah Scholarship Ride 2016 Goal:$12,000.00
Money Raised:$11,595.00
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