His answer: Collect bikes, because "everyone has an old bike"!
In Africa, a bike is a lifeline to survival for many people. It is often their only means to access food and water, markets, education and jobs. Winston’s passion has motivated family, friends, neighbors and acquaintances to organize annual drives across three states; and, so far, they have collected over 5,000 bikes. At a single drive in 2008, Wheels to Africa brought together 104 volunteers and collected over 1,000 bikes in just ONE day!
Saturday, October 24, 2015
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Spread the word! If one 10-year-old boy could get this started, think of what we can accomplish together!