Safe Ride 4 Kids Gives Back

Safe Ride 4 Kids Gives Back

10% of Profits

In addition to donating proceeds to our fundraising partners, we make contributions of 10% of our profits every month to one of these organizations:

Global Youth Leadership Summit The Anthony Robbins Foundation Global Youth Leadership Summit is a five-day program providing an environment designed to boost summit participants into leadership roles that will change their lives and that of their community. Global Youth Leadership Summit’s format includes small group discussions, hands-on service learning experiences, leadership simulation games and confidence boosting breakthrough experiences. Dynamic keynote speakers from around the world present topics designed to enable summit participants to identify their own particular leadership strengths. At the conclusion of Global Youth Leadership Summit, participants are encouraged to identify personal goals and to make a commitment to community service. Participants also learn how to relate to one and other by recognizing that regardless of situational or cultural differences, we all share similarities that bring us together, create understanding and form a sense of community. The desired outcome of the Summit is to provide youth with the tools they need to go back to their schools and communities and really make a difference!

Visit Global Youth Leadership for more information about this program.


Vests from our Trade-Up Program

Since the RideSafer vests currently have a long life span, we are able to offer a Trade-Up program to our customers where we give them a discount on their large vest when they return their small vest for us to donate to families in need via the following organizations.

Servicios de La Raza – BES Juntos is a bilingual program serving low-income families with children by providing hunger relief through their food bank and Holiday food baskets; client advocacy and benefits acquisition; clothing; classes in gardening and finances; and child passenger safety seats and education. Servicios de La Raza began in 1972 to serve Denver’s Latino population with bilingual services initially for mental health treatment. It has since grown to respond to other unmet needs of the Denver Metro community in general. For more information, go visit the BES program page.

WeeCycle WeeCycle has a duo mission of helping low-income families and being environmentally conscious by recycling vast amounts of baby gear. WeeCycle provides low-income families with infants and toddlers in the Denver metro area with new and gently used baby gear. To learn more, go to WeeCylce.