The Prince Albert Skills School received 16 bicycles on the PSTP Bicycle Distribution on Tuesday, 24 August 2021. The school teaches life and work skills to 15 male teenagers who are no longer in formal schooling. This distribution was made possible through the Western Cape Government – Transport and Public Works, Cape Town Provincial Sustainable Transport Programme. Joint partnership with Pedal Power Association Qhubeka Charity and Bike4All organisations. Prince Albert Skills School – PASS Prince Albert Cycles
Thursday, 19th August 2021 – It’s new bike day for many scholars in Malmesbury & Darling. Liebenberg Primary, Wesbank Secondary School Schoonspruit Sekonder and Vooruitsig Primary School each received 60 bicycles for worthy scholars on the Earn-to-Learn programme. This was made possible through the Western Cape Government – Transport and Public Works, Cape Town Provincial Sustainable Transport Programme (PSTP bicycle distribution). Proudly partnered with BEN, Pedal Power Association, Qhubeka Charity. Rola Motor Group proudly sponsored 10 of those bicycles to each school. Many happy scholars enjoying their non motorised transport! Premier Alan Winde MEC Daylin Mitchell
Last year Walk the Talk in Bishop Lavis identified a problem in their community as most of their elderly folk found it difficult to collect food during the cold winter months and also during strict COVID19 regulations. Many people were bedridden and unable to look after themselves.
They identified themselves and their problems to the Provincial Sustainable Transport Programme and we were able to supply them with 5 bicycles to help alleviate their current situation. Keep up the good work in Bishop Lavis.
On 2nd June we distributed 15 bicycles to the Gugulethu Development Forum NHW on the Provincial Transport Sustainability Programme. The Gugulethu Neighbourhood Watch initially received 12 bicycles through the #bike4all Programme in Oct 2019. This boosted crime-fighting efforts in the Gugulethu community. Crime is one of the main obstacles in Gugulethu and the bicycles have managed to secure trust and visibility in the area, reducing crime. The MCSJ have been commended by fellow community members for their hard work and reliable services, one of those services being delivery of medication to the aged. We were thrilled to be able to distribute an additional 25 bicycles (10 of those distributed in July 2020) to this organization, through the PSTP bicycle distribution – joint partnership with Western Cape Government Transport and Public Works Department, Pedal Power Association, Qhubeka and #Bike4All.
Food and Educational Centre Jabulani in Grassy Park received 21 bicycles on the Provincial Sustainable Transport Programme (PSTP). They provide breakfast and lunch daily to about 500 primary school learners and elderly in the community. Bicycles will also be awarded to scholars who travel long distances to schools each day. This made possible through joint partnership with Western Cape Government Transport Department, Qhubeka, Pedal Power Association, Bike4all and Bicycling Empowerment Network.
19th May 2021 – 20 bicycles were distributed to United Ulemah Foundation in Lavender Hill. The organisation establish youth development through sports coaching and counseling. The bicycles will support the youth with cycling tours and will be used to deliver food parcels to the community. Joint partnership with Western Cape Government – Transport and Public Works, Bicycling Empowerment Network, Qhubeka Charity, Pedal Power Association and Bike4All
Feel good Tuesday!
This is the the pure joy of a Salt River child who received a funded BIKE4ALL BMX , during a “clean the street” campaign!
Kross Roads Africa in Masiphumelele received 5 bicycles on the Provincial Sustainable Transport Programme on 5th May 2021. This NPO organisation offers a youth development program through sport and art. Joint collaboration with Western Cape Government – Transport and Public Works, Cape Town Pedal Power Association Qhubeka Charity Bike4All Kross Roads Africa
Langa Meals on Wheels received 5 bicycles on the PSTP bicycle distribution on 5th May 2021. These bicycles will aid non motorised transport to deliver meals, especially to the senior citizens in the community. Western Cape Government – Transport and Public Works, Cape Town Pedal Power Association Qhubeka Charity Bike4All Langa Meals On Wheels