[*BCM*] Tool Fundraiser & Potluck @ Bikes Not Bombs: Fri 3/26
jasmine at bikesnotbombs.org
Thu Mar 4 09:38:41 EST 2010
*Bikes Not Bombs Tool Fundraiser and Potluck!*
*Friday, March 26th*
6:00pm-7:00pm - Potluck!
7:00pm-7:30pm - Youth Presentations
7:30pm-8:00pm - International Presentation
Bikes Not Bombs is having an evening of potluck and presentations to benefit
the tool supply for the youth program space and international programs, and
needs your help! Since BNB works on thousands of bicycles every year through
our educational programming and preparing bicycles for international
delivery, the tools get SUPER worn. BNB is conducting a fundraiser to help
buy more bicycle repair tools for youth and international programs. Please
join us as we hear updates from the youth instructors and our international
programs director, back from touring several of BNB's projects. It will be a
night to remember and fun for all!
Tickets will be available at the door, but purchasing in advance is strongly
recommended. Tickets are $10-25 on a sliding scale and can be found through
the link below. When purchasing, please indicate what dish you intend to
share. Even if you can't attend, please consider a donation!
*VOTE NOW!!! Bikes Not Bombs is nominated BEST BIKE SHOP in the Phoenix
Director of Grassroots Fundraising and Events
Bikes Not Bombs • 284 Amory St. • Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
BNB WON BEST BIKE SHOP in Boston's Weekly Dig Readers' Poll!
BIKES NOT BOMBS WON "BEST LOCAL CAUSE" IN THE BOSTON PHOENIX POLL!
Bikes Not Bombs promotes bicycle technology as a concrete alternative to war
and environmental destruction. For 25 years, BNB has been a nexus of bike
recycling and community empowerment both in lower income neighborhoods of
Boston and in the nations of the Global South. BNB's programs involve young
people and adults in mutually respectful leadership development and
environmental stewardship, while recycling 5,000 bicycles annually.
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