Two Wheels For Change is a corporate social responsibility program that focuses on providing bikes to impoverished kids in your community. This is a great way to put a smile on a child's face.
The Two Wheels For Change bike program at That's Just Good is designed to promote the positive social development of kids -- particularly those in foster homes. Your team willl build bicycles for kids that rarely get the opportunity to have the experience of having their first bicycle. Biking helps kids get exercise, relieve stress, enhance their social skills, and strengthen their emotional well-being.
Skills such as organization, delegation, and communication are required for this event. This program is a perfect ally for a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) boost. Research has shown that giving has many upsides compared to receiving. Your organization doesn’t need to be a non-profit or social enterprise to give back to the community.
That's Just Good partners with schools in your community to help show that these teachers are appreciated.
Large, open space – ballroom, conference room, field or parking lot. We recommend 20 sq ft per person for this program.
We recommend events have a min of 10 participants, but we do not set a max. The amount of participants is capped by the venue's capacity.
The average event is 90 minutes, but we can time an event to range from one to three hours. Each event has an hour setup period prior to the start.
More than 30 million children are growing up in poverty. In one low-income community, there was only one book for every 300 children.
Children living in poverty have a higher number of absenteeism or leave school all together because they are more likely to have to work or care for family members.
By the end of the 4th grade, African-American, Hispanic and low-income students are already 2 years behind grade level. By the time they reach the 12th grade they are 4 years behind.
Where is an ideal location for us to host the event? Are we allowed to take pictures and make a video? Can we get the press involved? Can we make this open to the community? How often should we plan events?