The BYKE Project is an outreach effort by Dunamis Media to help repair the bicycles of young kids and teenagers who other wise wouldn’t be able to afford the repairs. This project hopes to put smiles on young people’s faces as they see their broken “toys” being brought back to life. Most kids don’t know how to work on their own bikes and the ones in families with very little money can’t afford even the most minor repairs. There is no reason why a kid should have to be without a bike or ride one that is a “piece of junk”. It’s rare that you ever see a bike shop going into these neighborhoods to do such charity, and even if they had such an offer taking place at their shop location, how would the kids get there? On their bikes? The BYKE Project takes the bike shop right to them and it costs them nothing.
More information / Donation / Photos: www.thebykeproject.com
Since we are talking about charity, check out Brams blog and photos from Africa, too: bramverhallen.waarbenjij.nu
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