Donate Your Old Bike For GJ Homeless Youth – Get Free Tacos
Do you have an old bike hanging around the house? Would you like to assist a Grand Junction transitional housing program that provides housing to those ages 18-24 and made homeless by intimate partner violence? Last question - do you like tacos?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, there's an amazing event coming to a downtown Grand Junction store you'll want to participate in.
Put an Old Bike to Good Use
Downtown Grand Junction's Brown Cycles presents "Gear Up for Zoe House." The Brown Cycles official Facebook page states:
Donate your old bike and get free tacos! Bring you bike to Brown Cycles and help the Zoe House provide residence and services for youth made homeless by domestic violence.
A Little More Info About Zoe House
According to thehousegj.org, Zoe House is a 14-bed transitional housing program that provides housing and voluntary services to youth ages 18-24 and their dependents made homeless by intimate partner violence.
This is a One Day Event
"Gear Up for Zoe House" is coming up Saturday, May 22, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This is Where You'll Find the Event
This event is coming to Brown Cycles at 549 Main Street in Grand Junction.
This sounds like an amazing effort. If you're like me, you probably have an old bike or two taking up space in the garage or shed. Why not put them to good use. When it's all said and done, you'll be helping out a fantastic local organization and scoring a free lunch in the process.
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