Race Day Schedule
Bridging, a nonprofit organization serving the greater Twin Cities, is the largest furniture bank in the U.S.. Through the effective reuse of donated items, Bridging improves lives by providing quality furniture and household good to those transitioning out of homelessness and poverty. Bridging has furnished over 90,000 homes since 1987. To learn more and get involved, visit bridging.org.
Ready. Set. Bedrace.
It's outrageous fun for a great cause! On Saturday, March 10, embrace our wintry season and help local families and individuals in need - join us as we race down Buck Hill and help Bridging furnish homes with hope!
Teams of four dress in fun costumes of their own making and race down Buck Hill's tubing slope on a covered queen-size mattress that Bridging provides. Yes, a REAL QUEEN-SIZED MATTRESS! (provided day of race) Hundreds of people race, while countless more cheer the teams on and watch the fun! Then dance the night away to live music after the race.
Your team could win great prizes for winning team, best costume, and most "Bucks for Bridging" raised!
Head to our website to view pictures, and learn more about this awesome event! All registration fees, donations and funds raised by teams directly support Bridging.
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
And so it begins!
Is that Fran Heitzman, Bridging's Founder?
Is it a bed or a boat?
Spot Ya Later
The Fore!some for Bridging
Our Wonderful Shuttle Volunteers
Three Little Pigs and the Wolf!
Jamaican Bob Sled
Star Wars - AON Team 1
The Grannies and the Shamrocks
Legends of the Hill
Need more information on the Bedrace?
Email our Development and Special Events Coordinator, Cathy Berg at email@example.com, for pricing, information on how the race works, and how to register your team(s).
For more information on sponsorships and how you can become involved, email Maggie Mau, Donor Relations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your support of Bridging!
"When good people get together to do good things, then good things happen."
Fran Heitzman, Bridging Founder