Jordan’s Way Weekend | Bike Ride Fundraiser & Scholarship Recipients

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This year has been like a roller coaster ride for us all. Recent occurrences in our world have interrupted Jordan’s Way Foundation planned programming, however, the amazing Jordan’s Way Team pushed ahead, remains well and very active, and most importantly, accomplished several goals in 2020. Below are some of the highlights of this year’s accomplishments and upcoming activities for the Annual Jordan’s Weekend.

This year, the Foundation partnered with Lawrence M. Drake II and the Color Him Father Book Tour. Jordan’s Way Co-Founder, Peter Radway, Sr was a featured guest speaker on a panel of Black fathers who’ve experienced the loss of a child. This opportunity provided the Foundation with welcomed media coverage on Fox5’s Good Day DC, as well as a connection to the audience participants from the community.

Also, we’re thrilled to announce that we launched the Annual Jordan’s Way Foundation Scholarship Program, which awards scholarships to seniors graduating from Paint Branch High School in Montgomery County, MD (Jordan’s alma mater). This year, we received a healthy number of applications and the Scholarship Committee was able to select two recipients, both attending universities in the Maryland/Washington, DC corridor.

Lastly, COVID will not stop us from honoring our fallen son, brother, and friend. The 2nd Annual Jordan’s Weekend is still on! On September 25-27, Jordan’s Way will host a series of events that you can support virtually and in person, safely practicing social distancing. Jordan’s Way is committed to staying true to the mission — fighting gun violence through community programming, scholarships, and awareness.

This September 25-27, the second Annual Jordan’s Weekend will take place with activities to include a celebration of two graduating seniors, who are recipients of the Jordan’s Way Scholarship, raise funds to support local community groups, and continue the work around preventing gun violence among youth.

Virtual Brunch with the Jway Team
Saturday, September 26 @ 11am – 11:45 am

Join us with your omelets, mimosas, or coffee for a celebration. During this time, the foundation will formally award scholarships to recipients, Nelanne Bolima and Emmarah B. Kouadio, graduated seniors from Paint Branch High School in Montgomery County, MD.

Also, hear more about what Jordan’s Way has planned for 2021 to support the youth in the community. Register Here.

Jordan’s Way Fun Ride
Sunday, Sept 27 @ 7am-9am

Become a Jway Advocate and take a ride with us. This bike ride will have a 10-mile route and a 20-mile ride throughout Washington, DC. All levels are welcomed but you do need a bicycle to participate. As a Jway Advocate, you can fundraise and create a team in honor of your loved one.

Cost: $40

This ride is limited to 40 riders. No exceptions will be made.

To register and learn more, click here.

Meet Jordan’s Way Foundation’s College Scholarship Recipients

Nelanne Bolima
Emmarah B. Kouadio


Jordan’s Way is looking forward to a successful finish to 2020 but we need your help. Please consider making a donation to support the fight against gun violence. If we can make a difference in one life, we’ve done our job.

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