Harvard University Extension team of students helping World Bicycle Relief
Dear Friends of Al Camino Team,
We encourage you to take less than 3 minutes of your day to watch this eye-opening video... You won't regret it!
We are a group of Harvard University Extension School students supporting World Bicycle Relief in their incredible efforts to improve the lives of students, healthcare workers and entrepreneurs in rural Zambia and Zimbabwe. As part of six member team "Al Camino", we have taken on a challenge in creating awareness and collecting donations in helping the World Bicycle Relief organization. We have only two weeks to complete this challenge - April 20th
For $134 we can provide a World Bicycle Relief bicycle to someone in need. They walk for hours with their bare feet in order to get to their school, work or find food and water for their family. Every donation helps them, starting at $1.
How can you help us?
- Lebanon: email@example.com
- Venezuela: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Canada: email@example.com
- USA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Together we can help! They are waiting for someone like you to change their lives...
For any other information contact us at email@example.com
World Bicycle Relief is a nonprofit organization transforming individuals and communities through the Power of Bicycles. Since 2005, thanks to support from individuals like you, World Bicycle Relief has provided over 125,000 specially designed, locally assembled, rugged bicycles to students, healthcare workers and entrepreneurs and trained over 800 field mechanics. Learn more >
World Bicycle Relief is a registered 501(c)3. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.