Wecycle Atlanta has partnered with Ghana Bamboo Bicycle to bring Atlanta the most authentic Bamboo Bicycles. This partnership support two NGO’s employs and engage youth internationally. This project gives youth W.H.E.E.L.S. and Wings by sponsoring global traveling opportunities for youth apart of the sibling organizations.
From $500 - $1200
Frame 95% Bamboo!!
4 - 55s
3 - 52s
2 - 49s
1 - 59s.
Aid our global youth initiative and ride in the most authentic bamboo bicycles in the land!
We need 100 Roll Models to help sponsor the youth.
To keep the youth of our community on the right path, we need your help. We have created programs and activities that instills our core values and principles within the youth and throughout the community.
WeCycle Atlanta is a bike shop + bike advocacy organization that serves the Historic Westside Community of Atlanta.
We are dedicated to providing opportunities to the youth that will help build character, knowledge, and love for the community. We choose to Do The Bike Thing as a recreational outlet that allows us to instill core values and life skills to the youth through W.H.E.E.L.S., our Work Ethic, Health, Environment, Economics, Leadership and Sustainability program. In order to keep this program flourishing, we need you, the community. Make a donation to Wecycle Atlantatoday and make a difference.
Wecycle Atlanta had our Safe Cycling Course. Our Safe Cycling Course was created to provide lessons on bike safety. During this course, we provide a hands-on learning experience for bike maintenance, bike safety, and bike riding. We also encourage active engagement between the youth and their peers and parents. Our last Safe Cycling Course was a success!
The youth came out and were taught how to maintenance their bikes, the proper hand signals, and the safest ways to ride.
Each kid took home a bike for completing our Wecycle Atlanta Safe Cycling Course. Thank you for helping us get more youth on W.H.E.E.L.S.
Stay Tuned for information about our January course, details coming soon.
We will be having our first Westside Atlanta Youth meeting on January 10th. This is a meeting to find stakeholders and partners in a community operated youth and development center in West Atlanta. The Westside Activity & Youth Center will allow community members and organizations to co-work to engage youth through programming and presence in a private space that compliments a public park.
This model was created by WeCycle Atlanta in their bicycle shop. Shawn Walton noticed that providing youth with sporting and engagement equipment:
- Fostered healthy relationships with youth - Fostered healthy relationships with Parents - Gave youth a safe and comfortable space to get out of the elements - Allowed Wecycle Atlanta to reach parents and youth with opportunities - Created a data resource that aided connecting community members to resources - Increased the healthy activities of youth and community members - Gave community members opportunities to have positive interactions with youth - Created a youth odd job opportunity list
We would like to offer this platform, that has infrastructure and funding, to the community for a buy-in as a solution that can engage youth in positive ways, bolster positive development, all while mitigating negative behavior over time. This is us coming together to view the facility and to discuss a plan of action that can show the youth THE WAY.
Who should come to this meeting?
-Community Members interested in supporting youth
- Community Members concerned about youth crime
- City Officials that can offer aid through legislation and finances
- Youth - Families
It's 2017. Let's dig in with tried solutions that can aid our communities with little bureaucracy. Let's be the resources we need. Let's be a village and show our youth The Way.
Come out to network, fellowship, and organize with us on Jan.10th at Wecycle Atlanta Bike Shop from 7PM-10PM
Today was a great day for WeCycle Atlanta's #YouthOnWHEELS all thanks to great community support! Today we aided our youth EARN a total of $266 toward their spring and summer field lessons and lightly launched two social entrepreneur endeavors that address youth engagement, employment, and entrepreneurship. Today we introduced to the world...
A fruit based lemonade stand that engages and provides enrichment activity stipends for young girls.
Principle Highlights: Work-Ethics x Econmics.
We want to give a Shaboyaa Roll Call Shout-Out!
Thank you to Yasha, Jamilla, Andrea JordanJamie KaufmanJacqui Pinkney for all of your aid! We were a great team!
SUPER SHOUTOUT TO OUR YOUTH!
They were working so hard! They were tired at the end of their fundraiser, and some fell asleep at the shop! lol. This portion of the fundraiser will fund the youngest cohort member's KIPP STRIVE Primary School trip to Calloway Gardens! Next week we will be working to send two other members to Walt Disney World!!
Come out to support! We will be set up during the Malcolm X Festival 2016 Atlanta in the Malcolm X Youth Empowerment Shop (b.k.a. Wecycle Atlanta). May 21st and 22nd.
To donate on-line to aid the youth reach their #YouthOnWHEELS cohort goal of $700 Click Below:
http://www.wecycleatlanta.org/p/join-us.html RSVP for the next #LadyBugLemonade Stand May 21st - 22nd: https://www.facebook.com/events/892210330901740/
Occasion: This is a celebration of unsung heros, the examples, the volunteers, the Do-Gooders of Atlanta who make the city's future bright. Bring the person you appreciate and #GrubForGood in a night filled with art, drinks, and good feelings. The Atlanta Do-Gooders Dinner is also a call to action to DO MORE GOOD and Wecycle Atlanta Inc.'s year end fundraiser. This year Wecycle Atlanta will reveal it's Multi-Million Dollar Capital Campaign to renovate a SW Atlanta building into a thriving food, business, and innovation hub in one of Atlanta’s most historic communities. This is a collaboration of 7 community organizations coming together for one cause. To create a hub and DO MORE GOOD. This night also celebrate's Wecycle Atlanta’s founder Shawn Walton's 30th Birthday.
Hosted: Jon Goode
Awardees: -City Council President Ceasar Mitchell for his outstanding work in Youth College Prep -Candice Salim of General Assembly for her work with Women in Tech -Kamean Daniels of High Vibration Living for is work in Health and Wellness
Shawn Walton | State of Wecycle Atlanta Inc. Vision: Plan A
It's been a GOOD year. Let's have dinner with The Do-Gooders!
@digigoodtimes Episode: 29 is now Available on #iTunesPodcast and#Soundcloud Join the squad this week as we chop it up with Community Leader/Bicycle Enthusiast / Shop Owner and Non profit organization founder of WeCycle Atlanta (@wecycleatlanta) Shawn Walton. Shawn talks to us about his 40 hrs and a bicycle program for the youth in west end Atlanta.