More people are facing hunger in Vermont than ever. The good news is you can help.
This is the 20th year of the Point to Point, a cycling and running event that raises funds and awareness for the Vermont Foodbank. Together, we can support their mission to eliminate hunger in Vermont.
The 2021 Point to Point will take place from July 24 to August 7. The rides and runs will be virtual, but our goal remains the same: get outside, have fun, and ride or run to help fight hunger.
The 2021 Point to Point will be largely virtual to protect the health of participants
and our communities. Keep reading for details about this year's event.
We had looked forward to hosting a safe, in-person festival, similar to previous years, and our first one on the State House Lawn in Montpelier. Given the uncertainty around in-person gatherings come August, the 2021 Point to Point, powered by VSECU, will be a hybrid virtual and in-person event. What does this mean?
To protect the health and safety of the Point to Point participants, volunteers, and community, the rides and runs will take place virtually between July 24 and August 7. Participants can use the routes provided or pick their own course to complete wherever they choose!
We’ll also safely welcome participants to the State House Lawn on Saturday, August 7, where they can collect any fundraising awards and Level 2 registration benefits. Check back for updates as we get closer to August 7!
Presenting the 2021 Point to Point jersey.
Show your support as you ride or run!
Our helpful FAQ sheet will answer most of your questions about the virtual event.
Fundraising is easier when you have a plan. Here are some tips to get you started.