A Bike for Marshall

When Marshall's teacher asked her students to cut out pictures of what they wanted to ask Santa for, Marshall cut out a picture of a bike.  When his class celebrated the 100th day of school and they were, again, asked to cut out pictures; this time of what they would spend $100 on, Marshall cut out a picture of a bike.
Unfortunately, to get Marshall a bike he can really ride, it will cost a bit more than $100.
We are looking at tricycles by Rifton, a well-respected manufacturer of special needs equipment.  Their tricycles range in price from about $1200 to $1900.
Most insurances will not cover items such as tricycles because they are not a "medical necessity."  But I think every child needs a bike. None more so than those with mobility issues.
Please consider donating so we can make Marshall's dreams of riding alongside his big brothers a reality.
Thank you.


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