It's simple to make a kid happy with a bike!

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Your donation of up to $500 for a single filer and up to $1,000 if you're married filing jointly, may qualify  for the Arizona Foster Care Charitable Tax Credit!  QFCO code 10008

Thank you for your support!


 Recycle Your Bicycle is a project developed by the Arizona Association for Foster and Adoptive Parents (

The Foster Care Charitable Organization Tax Credit is easy to claim, repays you for your generosity, and makes a real difference in the life of a child in foster care. No need to itemize. Earn a dollar-for-dollar tax credit up to $500 for individuals, and up to $1,000 for those filing jointly. Give NOW or before Dec. 31st! 

Click here to donate today! 

Help us give kids in Arizona's foster care system a great holiday.

Remember when you received your first bike?  If you are like me, you remember the color, the shape and probably even the name.  Many kids in foster care have never had their own bike.  With this program we give them the joy of having their own bikes.  For many it is not just the excitement, it is also a way to get to school or work.  In the 13 years of our program, we have distributed more than 12,000 bikes and made this joy happen time and time again. 

Thank you for all of the donations to make our bike drive a huge success at the 5 locations throughout the valley!

Didn't have a bike to give?  You can purchase a bike for a kid in foster care and we will make sure it gets to them this holiday season!  We have made an arrangement with the Huffy Corporation to get bikes at a discounted rate (probably cheaper than you could find them on sale!).  Here is how it works:  

Just click here and go to our "buy a bike for a kid" page and you can pick the size of bike for the age of the child you would like to buy.  We will order it, build it and make sure it is delivered to a kid in foster care.  It is that simple.  You can change a life in less than 5 minutes!

So please join us and make the 2022 holidays memorable for kids who have experienced foster care ... it might just be their first ever new bike and a memory they will have for a lifetime!