#AderaLovesBikes is a campaign that seeks to get bikes into the hands of youth without. With a goal to transform the community through cycling, Adera will be raising funds to inspire positive change for youth and the local community.
Funds raised through this campaign will be used to create a positive impact on underprivileged youth and support the growth and development of local cycling trails and youth cycling programs.
Adera will be matching each dollar donated, up to $10,000, to support our community. The funds from #Aderalovesbikes will put up to 70 bikes in the hands of deserving youth and help to protect and maintain a trail on the North Shore to support the community that we work, live and play in.
Funds will be raised through the online platform CHIMP, the campaign will launch on May 26th and run for 30 days.
Funds will be administered across the following organizations:
● Cycling BC’s iRide Program
● North Shore Mountain Bike Association – Adopt a Trail Program
● Union Gospel Mission
To stay up-to-date with the campaign, it’s success and to see bikes in the hands of deserving kids, follow along using #AderaLovesBikes on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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