There are a multitude of ways you can get involved in the Douglass Bike Project. Whether it be used bikes, goods, or time you can make impact in the life of a local student. Click the + start now!
John Reid has been teaching science at Douglass High School for 7 years. He shares the outdoors with his students building classroom community and self-esteem while reinforcing science concepts.
Gina Overshiner is the Bike Program Manager for the PedNet Coalition. Gina worked with PedNet for years as a volunteer and later as a cycling instructor before taking on the job of Bike Program Manager.
One of several Rotary clubs in Columbia, dedicated to service to the community. Douglass Bike Project was chosen to make an immediate impact in the lives of students in the community.
"The Douglass Bike Project strives to be a positive force in an under-served community, and helps empower teens by giving them more control over their own lives."
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