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Cheers to One Heck of a Ride

After careful consideration, we have decided to call off the 2024 Point to Point event in September. 

After discussions with the Vermont Foodbank, we felt like this was the best way forward for us to help people in Vermont experiencing hunger. Unfortunately, we faced the reality that annual participation and fundraising totals had plateaued as event costs went up. 

In place of this year’s Point to Point, VSECU is donating $100,000 directly to the Vermont Foodbank.

Thank you to everyone who has supported the Point to Point over the last several years: dedicated participants, trusty volunteers, generous donors, amazing sponsors, delicious vendors, rollicking bands and DJs, cheering spectators…the list goes on. As Vermont Foodbank CEO John Sayles says below, it’s been a pleasure to be a part of the Point to Point community and watch you come together each year to help fight hunger.

Since we adopted the event in 2018, we’ve collectively raised over $750,000, provided one million meals, ridden thousands of miles, and had a blast doing it. We are immensely grateful for the experiences that we’ve shared over the last several years. This event and its incredible impact would not have been possible without you.

The Point to Point may have crossed the finish line, but we remain steadfast in our commitment to addressing food insecurity in our communities. We will continue to partner with the Vermont Foodbank to help fight hunger and hope you’ll join us in making a difference for Vermont neighbors without enough nourishing food to eat.

Thank you again for the last several years. It’s been a heck of a ride.


The Point to Point team

Riders in Montpelier





A Message from the Vermont Foodbank 

"Throughout our journey, Point to Point has been more than just a ride; it's been a symbol of solidarity, rallying communities together in the fight against hunger.
We thank VSECU, all the riders, donors, volunteers and sponsors for joining us in our mission and for ensuring tens of thousands of neighbors have access to nourishing food. We look forward to partnering with VSECU in new ways and invite you to continue to ride, walk, or run wherever you may be.
If you’d like to stay engaged with supporting the Vermont Foodbank, please visit vtfoodbank.org to learn about  hosting your own fundraiser, volunteering, or using your voice to advocate for a food-secure Vermont."
John Sayles, Vermont Foodbank CEO