Come eat dinner at the Chipotle in Carytown benefitting REACHcycles! REACHcycles is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing adaptive bikes to children and veteran with disabilities, giving them the gift of mobility.
Chipotle has agreed to donate 50% of proceeds to our organization, which will greatly help us continue serving our community by providing as many bikes as possible to children who need them. We would greatly appreciate your support in our fundraising efforts!
Sunday, July 9th, 2017
2 – 9 PM
Chipolte – Carytown
10 N Nansemond St Ste D
(Click here for directions)
Simply stop by the Chipotle in Carytown, order dinner for you and/or friends and family, present the flyer below on your smart phone at check out, and voila! You’ve shown your support and made your contribution! Share this event with your friends in Richmond, and spread the word!
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, concerns, or comments about the event. We look forward to seeing you there!
REACHcycles is an all-volunteer 501 (c)(3) organization that addresses a local need for children and veterans with disabilities who are unable to ride traditional bikes, and are unable to afford therapeutic cycles. Our mission is to provide mobility and independence for children and veterans with disabilities through specially adapted AmTryke therapeutic cycles.
Since July 2014, REACHcycles has provided over 140 AmTryke cycles donated to children in the Richmond community who have a variety of disabilities, diseases, and disorders. REACHcycles works closely with local physical therapists, Children’s Hospital of Richmond, Sportable, Sheltering Arms, and many other organizations to identify individuals in the Richmond community who would benefit from a customized AmTryke cycle. These cycles cost an average of $800 (ranging from $400 – $1200) per cycle. Costs vary with the age and size of the individual, and necessary modifications of the adapted tryke are based upon individual needs. Our numerous volunteers come from the backbone of this community with all backgrounds including veterans, active duty soldiers, fireman, policeman, youth groups, therapists, teachers, and many others, to assist in assembling bikes, providing activities, transporting bikes, and fitting/evaluations for children.