Pedals to the People

We donated three bikes to Project Hope today, or more specifically to their Riverfront Farms project. The bikes will serve the farm’s teens as their transportation between the farm and the market sites. We also brought three helmets. The bikes were donated to us, and our volunteers serviced them. While we’re making room for our move, these bikes needed a home where they’d be useful, and Riverfront Farms is just the place for some hard-working mountain bikes.

We also connected with our volunteer, Bernard, who brought three more bikes to his church that will be redistributed to the working poor in his community. Bernard works with at-risk teens and also newly-transplanted refugees. Again, we’re so happy to redistribute our over-abundance and help where others have a need. The pedals that were donated to P2P keep spinning and bringing forth mobility and empowerment to the people.

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone–we’re so thankful for all you do, Spokane–you rule!

Build Out

The walls are up and the new P2P space is materializing! While the SNAP team hustles with the build out, we’re busy, with help from Ryan, John, Glen, and John, getting the shop organized. We moved 30 feet of double-sided, heavy-duty shop shelving this morning. A huge thanks to Steve Muntz for the donation!

Permits In Place

We have our permits from the city, so we are ready to start building out our space. We’re partnering with SNAP to get our new space in order, and we are so excited to see the walls go up, and the shop to come together. Wish I had more to report on the space, but I will post more as it happens.