What did Real Men get up to last Thursday? We brought several dozen new and fixed-up bikes to Westwood school, so that kids in need could have their very own bike, complete with new fitted helmet and sizing and adjustments! Living Hope Kids Ministry were on hand for face painting and fun too! Take a look!
Just a short excerpt form our tune up night June 12th. Want to help? There’s still time! Let us know now!
The members of Real Men who serve our community take it seriously. That’s why when we plan a bicycle drive to bless children in need, we do it right. Every bike we give away needs to ride like new, and under our men’s care, they will. Last night was the first of two tune-up nights in advance of our June 21st bicycle drive at Westwood School.
The men got together at New Hope Bikes with every bicycle that’s been donated so far, and went over every inch of them: tires, rims, chains, gears, brakes – everything was put into prime working order. And we’re not done yet – on June 12th we’re going to do this once again. If you have a heart to serve, we would love to see you out. No experience necessary.
Get in touch with us today if you would like to take part, or if you have a bike to donate!
Real Men is looking forward to blessing more amazing kids in our community. We are gladly accepting donations of Bikes and monetary donations to purchase locks and bells.
Volunteers are needed to help with bike fittings, crowd control and bike setup. It is such a great opportunity to mingle and meet families near our Gage Park Campus!
This year, Real Men are looking to outfit 120 children with a bike, helmet, bell, and lock. We are excited to be doing this for students at Adelaide Hoodless, a school near our future Gage Park Campus.
To donate a bike (in good condition or needing only minor repairs), please contact Real Men Hamilton to arrange pick up or drop off.
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