All Kids Bike is a non-profit organization dedicated to placing Learn-to-Ride bike programs into kindergarten PE classes throughout the United States. The organization has partnered with NASCAR and The NASCAR Foundation for the upcoming 75-hour NASCAR Day Giveathon campaign. The campaign has been created in honor of NASCAR’s 75th Anniversary to provide much-needed funds.
The NASCAR Day Giveathon campaign provides an easy and fun way for the NASCAR community to support local nonprofits. The 75-hour period, during which donors can contribute to the cause of their choice, begins today and ends on May 19.
All proceeds made to All Kids Bike during the Giveathon campaign will support schools waiting for the All Kids Bike program. The program includes a comprehensive package of 24 bikes, pedal conversion kits, helmets, one teacher instruction bike and certified curriculum teacher training. The program is designed to teach children how to progress from balance to riding a bike in just eight lessons.
Currently, All Kids Bike Learn-to-Ride Kindergarten PE Programs are active in over 900 schools across all 50 states, teaching more than 100,000 kids to ride each year. Many schools are struggling to provide physical education programs to their students, and All Kids Bike is working to fill that gap by providing a fun and interactive program that promotes physical activity and mental well-being.
“We are thrilled to partner with NASCAR and The NASCAR Foundation for this year’s Giveathon campaign,” says Lisa Weyer, executive director of All Kids Bike. “The support from this campaign will help us reach more schools and children, giving them the opportunity to learn how to ride a bike and promoting the benefits of physical activity and mental well-being.”
Donating to All Kids Bike through the NASCAR Day Giveathon campaign will support the mission to provide every child in America the opportunity to learn how to ride a bike and can be done anytime during the 75 hours of giving.