Tour DaVita 2021 will be moving in a whole new way!

This year, Tour DaVita will include many types of activities. The only requirement is that you “move it!” You can walk it, bike it, hike it and more... You can decide how you become part of the event! Even all those steps you take daily in your center can count toward this activity. You set your goal, and track your own progress over the three-day event while raising money for Bridge of Life. Then send in photos, comments and stories so we can bring our event to life from all around the world.

How it works

Setup (and update) your own Virtual Tour Challenge

After registering you can setup (and update) your own Virtual Tour Challenge at any time via your Dashboard. Visit our FAQ for step-by-step instructions.

Choose an activity

You can choose one of our recommended activities or create one of your own – kayaking or gardening, anyone?

You aren’t limited to one activity. Choose a different activity for each day of the event if you’d like.

Choose a distance

Choose your distance goal for all activities over the course of the event.

Keep it simple with relaxing family-based activities or aim to set a personal record. It’s up to you!

during the weekend of the Tour
Log your activities

Once Tour DaVita kicks off, you’ll be able to log your activities throughout the weekend. Visit our FAQ for step-by-step instructions.

As you do this, your activities will count towards reaching your personal and team Virtual Challenge mileage goals. Track your distance using your favorite app or use our handy mileage calculator to do the math for you!

Show your progress

Your supporters will be able to see your progress on your fundraising page and leave you messages of encouragement!

Contribute to your team

If you’re part of a team, you’ll also be contributing to the Team’s Virtual Challenge Goal.

Remember, the goal is to have fun! Just by participating, you’ll be helping spread the word about Bridge of Life and that helps strengthen health care globally through sustainable programs that prevent and treat chronic disease.