Category Archives: kids

Reminder: Next SDSF Flow Trail Volunteer Work Day this Saturday 1/10, presented by Tread Bikes; 1/19 (MLK Jr Day) & 1/25 also scheduled

CRAFTING BERMS Saturday January 10, presented by Tread Bikes (register HERE) SERVING FOR TRAILS Monday January 19 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)—Join high school mountain biking teams for a day of advocacy and trail building (register HERE) SAVE THE DATE Sunday January 25, … Continue reading

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2,400 New bikes built and donated by Turning Wheels for Kids

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On a sunny Saturday in early December 850 volunteers came together under one roof in San Jose for the Turning Wheels for Kids bike build. We donated our time, skills and money to provide kids with a Christmas gift that … Continue reading

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The First Monterey Bay Outdoor Youth Day Festival

Last Saturday MBOSC and Trips for Kids Santa Cruz had a booth at the first Monterey Bay Youth Outdoor Day. The goal of MBYOD is simple: “We want today’s youth to be exposed to all the outdoor adventures and activities … Continue reading

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Surfrider Cafe to Benefit for Trips for Kids Santa Cruz

On Wednesday June 22nd, the Surfrider Cafe will host a community night (day!) to benefit Trips for Kids Santa Cruz. A portion of the proceeds from the day will benefit Trips for Kids Santa Cruz. Trips for Kids Santa Cruz … Continue reading

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Building and donating 2,500 bikes for needy families

Turning Wheels for Kids was a great success! MBOSC had 12 volunteers out of a total of 700 who built and donated 2,500 new bikes to needy families and the organizations that support them. Team MBOSC raised about $2,000 mostly thanks to the motivation and tenacity of super fund raiser John Fuchs. Continue reading

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