22
- April
2016
Posted By : Rachel
Graham Houston bikes over 400 miles to raise money for affordable housing

Last week, Graham Houston, president of the Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Kansas City, a covenant partner of the national Fuller Center for Housing, rode over 400 miles from Nashville, Tennessee, to Tougaloo College in Jackson, Mississippi in the fifth annual Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure.

Graham’s goal for the ride was to raise $5,000. With your help, Graham passed his fundraising goal and was able to raise $6,272. Even though the ride is over and Graham is recuperating, you can still pitch in to help Graham in his mission to support the Fuller Center. Donate online now 

We are so proud of Graham and the other FCBA riders! You can see even more photos and read in-depth about the adventure at http://www.fullercenterbikeadventure.org/blog/.

View all of the photos from Graham’s adventures below!

Graham’s Adventure Recap
from FullerCenterBicycleAdventure.org

Friday 4/8 Riders arrived at Holy Trinity Lutheran in Nashville ✓
Saturday 4/9 11 miles Morning Build with Middle Tennessee Fuller Center for Housing, Orientation and Practice Ride ✓
Sunday 4/10 37 miles Attended church, then Bike to Williamsport, TN ✓
Monday 4/11 55 miles Biked to Collinwood, TN ✓
Tuesday 4/12 100 miles Biked to Tupelo, MS ✓
Wednesday 4/13 40 miles Biked to Houston, MS ✓
Thursday 4/14 Build Day Build Day with the Greenwood/Leflore Fuller Center for Housing ✓
Friday 4/15 76 miles Bike to Kosciusko, MS ✓
Saturday 4/16 62 miles Bike to Tougaloo College in Jackson, MS ✓
Sunday 4/17 Riders Depart ✓

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