United In Humanity // Pedal to empower

United In Humanity // Pedal to empower

With our United In Humanity project, we were able to support World Bicycle Relief with ten bicycles a few weeks ago. Now the organization has launched another campaign, which we want to support again with full passion.  

"To change the world, we need to invest in women and girls in particular. Bicycles help them to set off for new horizons."  

Ryzon, United In Humanity, World Bicycle relief In some developing countries, women and girls face social challenges under difficult conditions. Access to further education, fairly-paid work, or medical care is often a problem. If women and girls have the opportunity to get around on a bicycle, they get the chance to develop their potential and realize their dreams. The chances of earning money and the reputation of the family increases, allowing for greater self-confidence, which leads to more safety on the roads. The time and energy gained can be used to concentrate at school.  

"Distance and poverty make it difficult for many girls in rural, lesser-developed regions to access education. With bicycles, they can more easily overcome these obstacles, take control of their future, and shape their own life path."  

For this reason, we want to call on you to join us in raising funds to give women and girls these opportunities. We want to use the 12th of September to dedicate our Cycling Unit to the "Pedal to Empower" project. With the donation sum from our United In Humanity Project of 1500 Euros, we hope to reach a donation goal of 4000 Euros together with you. This way we enable girls in developing regions to become mobile with bicycles so that they get the chance to move forward in their lives.  

No matter if you join the Cycling Unit or do your own bike ride in the spirit of "Pedal to empower" and want to support women and girls. You can join the team at the following link Ryzon and donate your own amount.  

Girls Empowerment with bicycles! 

 

Photo Credits by World Bicycle Relief

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