What is ride for tomorrow?
Dog Tag Buddies, American Legion Riders – Yellowstone, Tenacious Dames Riding Club – Billings, and the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Yellowstone Valley (SPCYV) are teaming up for an important cause – to spread awareness about suicide in Montana. There are so many things that make this great state the most wonderful place in the world. But, our suicide rates being among the highest in the nation is not one of them.
Ride for Tomorrow is a series of motorcycle rides organized to add more voices to the dialogue of suicide and to raise funds towards suicide prevention efforts throughout Montana.
The ride not only adds miles to the odometer, but miles to the conversation of suicide. Everyone has a role in suicide prevention, and we’re speaking up.
We hope you join us.
Looking to get Involved?
Check out all the ways you can add your voice to the conversation on June 24th and June 25th, 2022.
Interested in riding? Click here to get more of the details and fill out the registration form.Learn More
Check out the volunteer opportunities here to see how you can become part of the dialogue about suicide in Montana.Learn More
Why We Ride: Question, Persuade, Refer
The ultimate goal of Ride for Tomorrow is to spark and sustain the critical conversation of suicide prevention and awareness among all Montanans. Funds raised for RFT will directly support Dog Tag Buddies’ newest program offered – QPR training – as well as other suicide prevention efforts.
QPR training is one of the leading suicide prevention and awareness techniques, and is used by first responders and educators when talking with individuals contemplating suicide.