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UCLA VOLUNTEER CENTER: Bike & Buil...
Bike & Build engages young adults in service-oriented cycling trips to raise money and awareness...

Bike & Build 2019 Spots Open!

November 26th, 2018

Location: 6153 Ridge Ave, Unit B Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19128
Duration: Ongoing
First Day : Nov 26, 2018



Bike & Build engages young adults in service-oriented cycling trips to raise money and awareness for the affordable housing cause. It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that fosters a sustained connection to community. We advocate for the need for affordable housing in thousands of communities across the country.

We are seeking young adults who are looking to have the summer of a lifetime pedaling across the country for affordable housing! All of our 4 cross-country routes as well as our one regional route have spots available for 2019. Don’t hesitate to join other passionate young folks for the journey of a lifetime as you bike, build, and advocate for affordable housing across the country!

Apply today at: https://bikeandbuild.org/ride/apply/

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Time Details

Trips start on a staggered schedule throughout the summer. Applications are open and riders accepted on an ongoing rolling basis, so get your application in!


Tags: environment, poverty, youth, sustainability, health, at-risk youth

Contact Person: Casey Eisenreich

Contact Email: casey.eisenreich@gmail.com

Contact Phone Number: 4147198021

Organization: Bike & Build

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