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Holiday Adaptive Bike Giveaway 2020

Tax deductible

Project Mobility’s Holiday Adaptive Bike Giveaway is an extension of our Adaptive Bike Giveaway. It began in 2009 with a 10 year old girl named Riley. Her mom was looking to buy her husband a bicycle at The Bike Rack and came across the Hallmark Heroes video. She didn’t know that Riley was behind her watching the video too. She turned around and saw Riley with tears in her eyes and she said “Mom I’m going to get a bike like that for a child this Christmas”. Her mom explained these bikes are very expensive and asked her how she was going to do that. Riley decided to write a letter and send it to the family’s Christmas card list. Riley explained, “I wrote a letter to everybody I knew and tons of people sent in checks, so I got three bikes! I helped three kid’s Christmas wishes come true!”

Once CBS News found out about Riley’s mission they aired a story and shortly after donations started coming in from across the country! Ever since 2009, we have taken Riley’s amazing work and kept it going. Without your support we cannot make the dreams come true for these children. Help us keep the tradition going!

Meet who is  in this year's Holiday Adaptive Bike Giveaway!

Camden is a 7 year old boy with Severe Autism and Apraxia
Addison is a 9 year old girl with Dravet Syndrome

Evi is a 11 year old girl with with Cerebral Palsy and Dystonia
Damaris is a 12 year old girl with Angelman Syndrome

Anna is a 17 year old girl with Diplegic Cerebral Palsy

Quran is a 24 year old man who has Cerebral Palsy & Multiple congenital anomalies of his hands and feet


Every week we will feature each of the stories. Stay tuned to learn more about these 6 amazing individuals that have already been through so much in their young lives.

Please consider donating and/or sharing our campaign. We can't do this without your help!

"Riding a bike is something that most of us have had the luxury of doing and didn't think twice about it. Think back to when you were a you remember riding your bike in your neighborhood to your friends house? Or riding with your family? Or the first time you felt the wind on your face while riding? Those amazing moments these children have not and may not ever feel.  We want them to know what it is like to join in and experience the freedom of mobility. Please help us give them this amazing opportunity."


  • Marina Tiberi
    • $20 
    • 3 yrs
  • 100 Women Who Care Fox Valley
    • $5,306 (Offline)
    • 3 yrs
  • Cynthia Thayer
    • $250 
    • 3 yrs
  • Thomas and Amy
    • $50 (Offline)
    • 3 yrs
  • Tom Blando
    • $100 
    • 3 yrs


Hal Honeyman
Saint Charles, IL
Project Mobility
Registered nonprofit
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.

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