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Project LINK in partnership with Integrale Advisors implement an Attendance & Non-Tardy Rewards Contest for students at a
Selected Elementary School in Hillsborough County.

This project provides bay area corporations, small business and community stakeholders with the opportunity to support several classroom celebrations for students with the best attendance and behavioral reports.

Students with the most outstanding reports will be placed in a drawing for a free bicycle and helmet.

 

 

 

Project LINK is planning to give 24 students a bike and helmet in the 2019-2020 school year.

 

 

Bike Donation Deadline 

December 13th, 2019

 

The total estimated cost for the bikes and helmets is $3,000 and an additional $1000 for 10 classroom celebrations.”

 

              Sponsors can make a financial donation by clicking on the button below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     Or donate a new bike and helmet to be delivered to Project LINK office located at:

                                       Just Full-Service Center

(Just Elementary School Campus)

1315 West Spruce Street

Tampa, Florida 33607

 

Every contribution matters and helps a child. Company sponsors will be able to place their logo on the website of Project LINK and individual sponsors can partake in the celebration at the school. Help encourage a child to attend school and potentially owe their very first bike. For more info contact Tina Young (813) 276.5671 or email her at tyoung@project-link.org.

BIKE DONATION GOAL

24 BICYCLES

24 HELMETS

           # OF BIKES STILL NEEDED:  14

# OF HELMETS STILL NEEDED: 13

Keith Knutsson,

President of Integrale Advisors

Chair, Community Advisory Board of Project LINK

“I’m excited to be part of this program to help disadvantaged children succeed at school. These children need a little encouragement and this project makes them better understand the importance of discipline and success in life by encouraging them to attend class every day. Some of these children have actually never owned their own bike.