We would like to extend a big thank you to Revolve Recycling for their generous donation of six children’s bikes. Our students are having so much fun getting fit and exploring the great outdoors.
Positive Impact on Our Students
Bike riding can benefit children with disabilities in many ways. It can improve their physical abilities, including balance, muscle strength, and coordination skills. Additionally, riding a bike can provide them with a sense of freedom and independence that they may not experience in other areas of life.
Riding a bike can also boost their confidence and self-esteem, as it gives them a sense of independence and the ability to participate in activities with peers.
About Revolve Recycling
Revolve Recycling is an Australian social enterprise that aims to reduce bike waste and promote a circular economy. The company has collected over 4,000 bicycles and is preventing them from ending up in landfills by repairing, reselling, and recycling them.
Revolve Recycling has partnered with waste experts Bingo Industries, and the two companies have moved to a new location that can process 6,000 bicycles annually. The enterprise has also been conducting a Zero Waste trial with leading Sydney bike shops to determine how the maximum amount of waste can be diverted from landfills.
Revolve Recycling also provides employment opportunities for vulnerable community members, including the long-term unemployed and people living with disabilities.
Thank You, Revolve Recycling
We cannot express our gratitude enough to Guido and the team at Revolve Recycling for their generosity and kindness. Your donation has made a tangible and positive difference in the lives of our students and we are honoured to have your support.
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