Bike Works at work in Seattle. Photo: Kristie McLean
This weekend, Bike Works is holding its fourth bi-annual Kids’ Bike-O-Rama at its Columbia City location. Staff, dedicated youth, adult volunteers, music, and community will accompany over 100 kids receiving a bike—for many, their very first bike. Partnering with social service agencies that serve individuals whom are low-income, refugee, and newcomers; including Neighborhood House, East African Community Services, and Southeast Youth and Family Services, Bike Works will give over 100 bikes to kids from the community from neighboring communities.
An article about Bike Works, written by Steve Gluckman, was also included in the current issue of our magazine.
At Bike Works our youth programs are rooted in the belief that young people thrive when they are valued, feel a sense of belonging, and value themselves. We actively involve young people in their community which helps them to develop new skills and promote links with neighbors while catalyzing future youth involvement in community change. Our youth programs offer an innovative combination of education, bicycle repair and ownership, outdoor activities, and community service and include….
For more information about Bike Works, visit their site and Bike-O-Rama is December 20th, 2014, from 10am to 2pm.…
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