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For someone with no car and little money, a bicycle is liberating and can lead to happy, successful independence. Most of our bicycles are given to adults and teenagers. The bikes are their primary transportation, enabling people to take jobs, go to the store, get to appointments, attend meetings, go to the library, get to shelters and visit family and friends. Of course, bikes are also used for fun, especially the small children's bikes.

We give bicycles to the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter, Inc. (603-889-7770), to the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nashua (603-883-0523) and to the Hudson Recreation Department (603-880-1600), all in southern New Hampshire. We do not directly donate bicycles to individuals, because of liability concerns. If you would like a bike, please contact one of these organizations directly. To recommend another organization, please contact us.


Nashua Soup Kitchen Logo
Boys and Girls Club Logo
Hudson Rec Dept logo
John Burkitt with bikes to deliver to Soup Kitchen