Welcome to the Tree House Tour de Cookie! A day of fun, festivities and philanthropy…
Won't you Join us for Another Sweet Day on May 6, 2017?
Our 2017 medium and long routes are NEW and DO NOT overlap with our short route!
The Tree House Tour de Cookie is an exciting, fun-filled, and delicious bike ride from one cookie stand to the next. Choose between distances of 12, 27, or 43 miles, and enjoy the scenery and the food! The aim of the event is to raise awareness of child abuse prevention and promote the free services offered by The Tree House, services that provide hope and healing to sexually and physically abused children and neglected children. All proceeds of the Tree House Tour de Cookie benefit The Tree House CAC, enabling us to better serve our clients. It is a wonderful occasion during which individuals, families, and groups can enjoy a day of fun, festivities, philanthropy, and COOKIES!
We are so grateful to Green Buzz Agency, who produced this film. Andrew Whipp spent countless hours creating this memorable and beautiful work and Bryce Spivey added his videography expertise. We hope you enjoyed it!
See our official 2016 event photos here and our 2016 photo booth photos here.
...an exciting, fun-filled, and delicious almost non-existent walk to a cookie stand and back. Walk a distance of 453 feet, have a cookie and rest, then walk back. Bring the whole non-bike riding family! You can even walk back and forth more than once if you'd like, or you could walk around the building if you are really energetic!
Registration is not necessary for the 0K Stroll. We will ask for a small donation at the starting line. What you give is up to you. You may purchase a t-shirt online prior to April 17th. See our schedule for the 0K start time.
*Notice: The Tree House Child Assessment Center of Montgomery County Maryland (“The Tree House”) has leased or rented facilities from the Johns Hopkins University. However, the Tree House and any programs operated by it are not related to or affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University in any way. The Tree House is an entirely separate legal entity with no connection to the Johns Hopkins University aside from the temporary use of facility for the specified program.