My uttermost thanks to everyone for the successfulness of the last three years; it has been awesome and I owe it all to my wonderful Staff, Board Members, Supporters, Volunteers, Fraternities, Sororities, Girl and Boy  Scouts, Churches, Private Donors, Family and Friends who never doubted that I could do it. Thanks for helping me keep my Promise to Moses to keep his Dream alive. Not saying I don’t miss him because I do more than anyone knows.

 To the donors of the building I now occupy, Thank you for without it we would not be able to do what we do. I have done some things differently, like bike drives in different areas of the state that has been very successful in supplying bicycles. Special Thanks to Mr. & Mrs. Jon Cumbo of The learning Experience Day Care Center, and Pastor Kyle Meirer of Peak United Methodist Church, Wal-Mart Supercenters, Fort Bragg, Kingz of the South Motorcycle club, Soldiers United Motorcycle club, Caring Grannies, Red Hatters, Mayor Robertson, City Council, County Commissioners.

With all of your support and help we were able to make our goal of 1000 bikes and more.

 Ann Mathis

To make a positive impact on the community by leading through example and demonstrating the Christian principles of charity and thrift.

Future Initiatives

To support programs designed to combat childhood obesity by donating bicycles to those individuals identified as “at risk” and who may benefit from these donations Email:

Mission Statement

To make a difference in the lives of persons, young and old, in our community by donating bicycles and computers, and to establish programs to enhance the lives of others

Copyright 2013. John Washington. All rights reserved.

Vision Statement

Moses Mathis

Ann Mathis

Carla Fagan - Secretary
Dianne Malloy
Edison Malloy
Bernadette Bogertey
Bob Maier

Will Denning

Carlos Swan