Bike Kitchen volunteers learn new skills while getting satisfaction from rescuing bicycles from the trash and transforming them into a sustainable form of transportation for those in need. We get to work with youth and have a positive impact on the neighbourhood. That’s pretty awesome.
Interested in joining us? Sign up below and we will be in touch to schedule a time for you to join us in the Bike Kitchen!
Bike Shop Operations – learn new skills and work with our bike mechanics, help with sales and inventory, greet people when they come in and introduce them to what we do, help ensure benches are cleaned, tools organized
Cycling Instructors – Sign up for one of our Cycle Smart cycling classes and become a local ride leader or cycling instructor, assist at one of our childrens’ bike rodeos
Communications – use your graphic design and photography skills to visualize information; write reports, local cycling stories, cycling news updates, newsletter content, data analysis; help us grow our following on social media
Grant Writing and Fundraising – identify funding sources and draft grants, build partnerships, organize a fundraisers, execute a fundraising strategy
Community Engagement – participate in a bike valet or festival, provide outreach to high schools, the College and University, community organizations, clubs, and other non-profits
If volunteering with us sounds like an opportunity you’d like to explore, contact us at email@example.com and let us know you’re interested. Learn more at one of our community meetings.
Students! We offer Community Service Hours and Co-op Placements for High School students. We provide fun opportunities to complete your volunteer hours and we welcome St. Clair College and University of Windsor students for co-op education placements. For more information drop by the Bike Kitchen or email us.
You can help by joining and volunteering with us or by donating.
Do you want to share your love of cycling with others? Are you excited about meeting new friends, and working with other Windsor and Essex County cyclists to support safer streets? If this sounds like you, let us know!