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Bikes for Tykes

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Brightening each holiday season with close to 400 bicycles and helmets for children in need

Unfortunately, many children in the Wabash Valley will wake up on Christmas morning without presents under the Christmas tree. Through Bikes for Tykes, we hope to brighten the holiday season for needy children of our community by providing them with a bicycle and a helmet. The goal of Bikes for Tykes is to ensure that every child in Vigo County who is in need of a bicycle will have one for the holiday season. By providing bikes to kids in need, this program gives children a form of independence and responsibility and increases their self-esteem, while fighting childhood obesity. With help from generous community members, Bikes for Tykes is able to purchase and distribute close to 400 bicycles and helmets annually. How You Can Help Bikes For Tykes Our annual goal is to provide 400 bikes and helmets at an average cost of $75 for each child. To do that, we rely on the help of generous community members. You can support Bikes for Tykes and make Christmas merrier for 400 local kids by making a donation at any First Financial Bank, at the CASY office (1101 South 13th Street, Terre Haute, IN 47802) or through PayPal. The kids and Bikes for Tykes thank you!

For more information, please contact Program Coordinator Jessica Murphy by email (jmurphy@casyonline.org) or phone (812-232-3952, ext. 63).

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Our Services

We're dedicated to helping parents, teachers, child care providers, and our entire community build brighter futures for children.
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For Families

Get free help to find quality child care and learn how to apply for financial assistance.

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For Early Care and Education

Assure quality child care, apply for grant assistance and get help with nutritious meals.

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For the Community

Serving hundreds of local children takes a lot of local support! Learn how you can help.

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