After an enormously successful debut in 2012, Hands On Nashville's ReCYCLE for Kids Presented by Jackson is back! Donate a used bike - appropriate for elementary school-aged children (with wheels that are 20 inches in diameter or smaller) - and give kids the gift of freedom and exercise!
Now through Dec. 20: Holiday Season Bike Drive
We still need nearly 200 bikes to reach our goal of 500 donated bikes! Can you help? Drop off your bike donations at:
Hands On Nashville
37 Peabody Street, Suite 206
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
> Click here for a map to our office.
Don't have a bike but still want to help? We're also accepting monetary donations to help buy new bike helmets for the kids. $10 will buy one helmet. Help us keep their noggins safe!
> Click here to make a monetary donation. (Be sure to include the note "for bike helmets" in the Special Instructions field upon checkout.)
Bike Refurbishment Projects (November 2013 - April 2014):
Held at the Oasis Center's Bike Workshop and led by expert bike mechanics, each project runs for roughly two hours and can accommodate up to 20 volunteers.
Bike Giveaway Event (May 2014):
400 elementary school students pick up their like-new bikes and donated helmets and participate in bicycle safety education, so they can enjoy their bikes during summer break.
Sponsor Investment Opportunities Available
ReCYCLE for Kids sponsors receive a host of worthwhile benefits ranging from public relations to hands-on volunteerism.
For more information about ReCYCLE or to learn about sponsor investment opportunities, please contact Tara Tenorio at (615) 298-1100 ext. 418 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
> View the 2012 ReCYCLE for Kids video below.
> See photos from the 2012 ReCYCLE for Kids giveaway event on Facebook.
Thanks to our 2013-2014 sponsors: