OCT 17, 2021 | MANHATTAN, NY
Three Guys From Brooklyn raises funds for M.S. in honor of our founder Philip C. Penta who passed on 2018 after a 20-year fight with the disease. Every year, Three Guys along with friends and family participate in a 30, 50, or 100 mile bike rides hosted by BikeMS.
The past 18 months have presented different challenges and heartaches for all of us, and I hope everyone is healthy and safe. After an impossible last year, we are back to raise money for the fight against MS. The generosity in past years has been inspiring and overwhelming and we hope to tap into that spirit again in 2021. We continue to honor the memory of Philip C Penta, who passed away 3 years ago on August 12th from this horrible disease. On October 17th, 2021 I will participate, along with dozens of family and friends in Bike MS, a one-day, 30-mile ride through New York City. Here at Three Guys and in our personal lives, we stand in support and solidarity with everyone around the world who is affected, either directly or through loved ones by Multiple Sclerosis. This is a fight we will eventually win and appreciate your support
MAKE AN IMPACT
We have already registered for the 2021's Bike MS NYC ride and we have set an ambitious goal of raising $10,000 – however, we can’t do it without your help. Along, with donations, we NEED more participants. We want you on our team!
FUNDRAISE TO END MS
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable, disabling disease that affects the nervous system and disrupts the flow of information between the brain and the body. It afflicts over 2.3 million people worldwide and affects people of all backgrounds, and currently, there is no known cure. On August 12th, 2018, Philip Penta, Sr. – an original founder of Three Guys, and the father of Three Guys’ Managing Partner Phil Penta – was lost to the world due to MS, after a courageous 20-year fight.
Here at Three Guys, we stand in support of and solidarity with everyone around the world who’s affected, either directly or through loved ones, by multiple sclerosis.
2020 has created many hardships for our community and most will find it hard to donate. That said, we cannot give up hope that one day there will be a cure. We have created a modest fundraising goal. Anything you can spare goes directly to M.S. research to find a cure. As small for big results!