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Wonder Whitney

Fundraising for Whitney M's Freedom Concepts Discovery Series

Whitney is a little light of love, daily full of joy and wonder. She loves to sing, dance, and play. She loves being able to do the same things as the children she plays with. Due to her Cerebral Palsy, her limited lower motor function does not allow for her to be able to do the one thing she continues to ask to do... ride a traditional bicycle.

We hope with your help to be able to give her the opportunity to have a bike. The freedom adaptive bicycle is a special bike that is over $4,500. It will help her in her PT in strengthening her core and balance. If Whitney receives the most votes in the Great Bicycle Giveaway she can WIN her very own Freedom bike. 💗

Please VOTE FOR WHITNEY and help us make Whitney’s wish come true. Or, if you have it in your heart and are able, please consider donating. If we raise $3,000 she gets the bike regardless of the votes! If Whitney receives the most votes, and wins the bike, the donations raised will be gifted in her name to go towards another deserving special needs child to receive a special adaptive bike. VOTE FOR WONDER WHITNEY AND HER NEW BIKE!

We can make it happen!

Whitney is a little light of love, daily full of joy and wonder. She loves to sing, dance, and play. She loves being able to do the same things as the children she plays with. Due to her Cerebral Palsy, her limited lower motor function does not allow for her to be able to do the one thing she continues to ask to do... ride a traditional bicycle. We hope with your help to be able to give her a chance to ride her own bike!!

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Our little cheerleader!

For a child with special needs, bike riding offers far more than a recreational experience. Bike riding provides a source of much-needed exercise, gives therapeutic value, and contributes to an inclusive environment where a child with special needs can ride a bike like everyone else. Due to balance and mobility challenges, many children and teens with special needs require the use of an adaptive bike. Sadly, most families cannot afford the high costs of adaptive bikes and their children remain on the sidelines watching their friends and family members ride by. This amazing organization helps children like Whitney gain the confidence to ride along side their friends!!

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Fundraising Progress
$330 raised of $3,300 goal
 

Recent Donations

$30.00
1. Kathy Mayin
$50.00
2. Kevin Morton
$50.00
3. Carol Miller
$20.00
4. Melissa A Balcazar
$50.00
5. Dena Spangler
$10.00
6. Jacquelyn Fox
For Whitney!