Sharing Wheels Holiday Bike Build Underway-Volunteers Needed Now

November 1, 2019


Photo courtesy Sharing Wheels

This in from our friends at Sharing Wheels.

Warm your Heart and Dirty your Hands, Fix bikes with us for low-income kids.

We’re starting forward to our goal of 100 bikes for Christmas House!

We have 34 bikes completed, which is a great start! Thank you to all our volunteers that have come in so far! Keep coming back to earn those Volunteer Benefits!
It takes lots of love – and volunteers – to keep kids bikes rolling in our community. No experience is needed, just a willingness to get greasy.
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursdays, Now through mid-December.
12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays, November 3rd & 17th

Practice your mechanic skills or simply clean and primp kids bikes for low income families this holiday season. Our goal is to donate 100 bikes to Christmas House. Bring some family or friends along to make it even more fun.

All work parties are at the shop. Door and parking are in the back of the Broadway Mall building.


  • Help at 3 work parties, earn $20 in shop credit. See our other Volunteer Benefits.
  • Snacks are provided but please bring your own water
  • Volunteers sign-in at our computer kiosk to track hours.
  • Kids old enough to help are welcome if they are supervised by a responsible adult.

Group Work Parties on Sundays

If you have a church, service club or other group that wants to help, we can schedule your very own work party – usually on a Sunday. Give us a call and we’ll get something scheduled.
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All volunteer opportunitie

s are at the shop, 2531 Broadway Ave., Everett, WA. Parking and entrance are at the back of the Broadway Mall building.

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