Volunteering to be a supportive role model for a young person can be life-changing. Our volunteers teach bike skills, provide moral support and help kids meet challenges. They also tune bikes, secure donations, write grants, build community support, and make it all happen behind the scenes.
If you’d like to share your time and expertise with youth, please email our volunteer coordinator, Roxanne Harrison at email@example.com
Kid Coordinator (3 people needed)
Kymberly Lacrosse firstname.lastname@example.org
• Research youth organizations for possible participation in T4KSC
• Contact and set up presentations with potential local youth organizations
• Make presentations to potential groups as needed
• Assist with information packet preparation and distribution
• Attend local community events/fairs to promote T4KSC
• Follow-up on potential participant organizations
• Participate in T4KSC rides to get an understanding of what we are doing
Website/Database (2 people needed)
Gene Knipe email@example.com
• Help maintain and continue to develop T4KSC website. Keep pictures and posts up to date.
• Help in development of T4KSC database so we can better track our participants and volunteers. Filemaker experience helpful.
• Interested in Facebook? Help optimize our FB page.
Facilities/Bike Maintenance (4 people needed)
John Fuchs firstname.lastname@example.org
• Bike Mechanic-2 people needed and repair approximately 30 mountain bikes at our facility and tools
• Administration: Maintain electronic and paper files related to rides and riders
• Facility Maintenance – Maintain and repair facility interior and exterior.
Fundraising/Grant Writing (2 people needed)
Roxanne Harrison email@example.com
• Apply for local fundraising opportunities with restaurants and grocery stores
• Grant writing experience and able to write one or two grants per year.
• Help with fundraising events as they are developed
Prior to ride day, please review all content and links on the Participants page.
Ride leaders are responsible for printing the checklist and having it in hand on the day of the ride: