The Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition received a donation of 42 bikes at DENSO’s annual Build-a-Bike celebration. Scott Love, promotions agent at DENSO Manufacturing Canada, Inc. DENSO also made a donation to the North End Harvest Market of $1,500 at the Build-a-Bike event. It was an "incredibikeable" event for Brendan Johnson, executive director of Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition, who received a donation of 42 bikes at DENSO’s annual Build-a-Bike ceremony on Wednesday.
"The Build-a-Bike program is a highlight for our organization every year,” Johnson said.
“These bikes from DENSO have made a huge difference in the lives of so many families in our community. This day is also a reminder of the caring community that we live in and how acts of kindness, even from people who you may never meet, can change your life."
The team at DENSO’s thermal manufacturing facility in Guelph, worked together to build and donate 42 bikes this year for the Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition (GNSC), bringing the gift of two wheeled-joy to local families this holiday season.
“It’s one thing to donate 42 bikes this year, but the reality is we all came together for a greater cause. This is our largest donation of bikes in DENSO history. It represents a $15,000 donation to the local community,” said Scott Love, senior specialist at Denso Manufacturing Canada Inc.
“The moment you set off on your bike, you set off on an adventure. Thank you DENSO Canada for helping local kids, teens and adults this year, realize their dream of owning […]