A huge thank you to all you who participated in our 2015 Tree House Tour de Cookie! We had a wonderful time and look forward to next year, when we will again eat, exercise and raise money to benefit child victims of abuse, all at the same time!
Photographer Suzanne Stout is donating 40% of the proceeds from the sale of the "Learning to Ride" to The Tree House! Order a print, set of greeting cards, tote bag, phone case, duvet cover or pillow. Click on the image for more info.
Welcome to the Tree House Tour de Cookie! A day of fun, festivities and philanthropy…
We invite cyclists of all ages to join us on Saturday, May 7 for this exciting, fun-filled, and delicious bike ride from one cookie stand to the next. Choose between distances of 12, 26, or 42 miles, and enjoy the scenery and the food! The aim of the event is to raise awareness of child abuse prevention and promote the services offered by The Tree House. 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!
Introducing the location of our 2016 Tree House Tour de Cookie!
Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus*
9601 Medical Center Dr, Rockville, MD 20850 (Map it)
Photograph courtesy of Suzanne Stout
Presenting "The Best Cookie Stand" of the 2015 Tree House Tour de Cookie...
Girl Scout Troop #6924!!
Would you or your Company like to be a Tour de Cookie Sponsor?
For information about sponsoring a future Tree House Tour de Cookie CLICK HERE.
If you are interested in hosting a cookie stand for our 2016 Tree House Tour de Cookie, send an email to email@example.com
Join our Family Expo as an Exhibitor or Vendor!
For information about setting up a booth at our Family Expo next year CLICK HERE.
While the Green Buzz Agency is working to complete our 2015 Tree House Tour de Cookie movie, enjoy the video of last year's event.
*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.