Two veterans biking to raise awareness for Ronald McDonald House

Two veterans are bringing awareness to Ronald McDonald House Charities by riding bicycles for 600 miles.

WXXV caught up with them as they were passing through Long Beach. They left Pensacola and are headed to Houston.

Christopher Anderson and Dustin Littledale are retired Navy search and rescue swimmers who have dedicated their lives to helping others.

With your help, you can support Ronald McDonald House families in their time of crisis. Anderson said, “When my daughter was six-months-old, she had open-heart surgery in Texas and we had to stay in the Houston Ronald McDonald House for two months. Being able to stay there as an active-duty military member, I got to stay for free which was amazing because I could focus on my daughter versus worrying about the bills and everything that was upcoming.”

To support the ride, you can donate at ride4RMH.me. On the webpage, you’ll find a link to the GoFundMe page.

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