RAISED $5,050 | GOAL $5,000

HELPED TREAT 20 CHILDREN

 • COMPLETED IN UNDER 2 WEEKS •

We help each other day-to-day, so why not come together on the same day and raise money to give children the mobility and opportunity they deserve.

Campaign By: Nikita Joshi

 

Friday, December 12, 2014

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7:00PM - 8:15PM

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Student $25 / General $50

 

HOW IT WORKS

Each SWERVE class is separated into three teams (red,green,blue) and each bike is fitted with a personal console that tracks your performance (aka your ‘SWERVE score’), which is your total energy output in kilojoules. The teams’ average SWERVE score is displayed on the scoreboard.

NOTE: Students must present their college ID to SWERVE staff at check-in.

 
No matter what your goals are, the team will help you get there. Together, we ride.
 

NEED INSPIRATION?

 

NEED WORKOUT GEAR?

                                        Don't just ride, ride in style!

                                        Don't just ride, ride in style!

Vintage 'Forever' Tee
25.00

Advocate for children with limb disabilities with ALTSO’s Vintage Forever Tee - designed by HASSINGER CR8TIVE and made on American Apparel’s Tri-Blend fabric. Profits fund ALTSO’s operating costs and help us expand our work in treating more children with limb disabilities in the developing world.

Please note, while extremely comfortable, these Tee’s run small and tend to shrink when washed in warm/hot water. If you’d like a looser fit, please order one size up.

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CAN'T MAKE IT?

MAKE A DONATION AND SPREAD THE WORD.

A Leg To Stand On ("ALTSO") provides free prosthetic limbs, orthotic devices, mobility aids, corrective surgery and rehabilitative care to children in developing countries who have lost limbs in traumatic accidents or suffer from congenital limb disabilities. All patients are children under the age of 19 whose families cannot afford the care they need to live a self-sufficient life. Since 2003, ALTSO has treated more than 12,000 children in Asia, Africa and Latin America.