You Can Ride 2 is supported entirely by donations from people like you.
As a program of Goodwill Industries of Alberta, we can issue a tax receipt for any monetary donation of $20 or more.
However, we receive no financial support from Goodwill, and rely entirely on donations to help children with special needs ride bikes.
In 2021, we need to raise a total of $500,000 to make You Can Ride 2 sustainable for next year. Without this funding, we won’t be able to pay for necessary equipment required to keep YCR2 running: bikes, repair parts, organizational software, and storage space.
You can help us meet this goal.
You can donate to You Can Ride 2 online using CanadaHelps.
If you are donating in honour of a particular family, please indicate which one in the “dedication” section. This way, we can make sure the donation goes to supporting that family.
Tax receipts from online donations will come from CanadaHelps, not Goodwill Industries of Alberta.
Cheques are made out to Goodwill Industries of Alberta. Please use the memo to indicate this is a YCR2 donation and if it is being made in honour of a particular family.
Cheques can be received in person at one of our events, or delivered by mail to:
Goodwill Impact Center ATTN: You Can Ride 2
11415 168 St NW
Edmonton, AB T5M 3S1
We accept cash donations and in-kind donations (i.e. bikes, program supplies) at many of our events. However, if you intend to do so, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org beforehand so we can be set up to receive these donations.
We do accept donations of adaptive or supportive bikes, but we cannot accept donations of conventional bikes at this time. Please consider donating conventional bikes to one of the following locations instead:
Adaptive bikes donated to YCR2 may be added to our fleet directly, stripped for parts, donated to a family in need, or sold to support program operations, at our discretion.
We make a point of recognizing all of our donors, no matter how small. If you would rather remain anonymous, we will respect that wish.
Larger donations are recognized by a spot on the Donor Wall in the Goodwill Impact Centre. (A photo of the wall will be available as soon as circumstances permit.)