New Bike Route

The yellow line is the bike route, which is also a  fire road. As you can see it is right on top of the mountain,  the riders will have a gorgeous view of the city. My friend, an adult adviser, and I have been deciding for a month and a half about where the bike route is going […]

$1350 raised and $2850 left to go

This is our new logo courtesy  of Crank LA Clothing Store. is  currently  under  construction  and will be completed in  3 weeks Wow! I am very pleased to say that because of the generosity of many people we have raised $1350 dollars and are one-third of the way completed. Thank you to all my supporters, I […]

My Grandpa’s donation

My beloved Grandpa passed away last Saturday  The night before he died he called me into his room to donate $200 to my project to donate 42 bicycles to the orphans at the Machao Orphanage in Kenya. He was very supportive of me and I want to dedicate this project to him as well as all […]

Bike-a-thon Fundraiser

One of the ways I am going to raise money to buy the 42 bicycles for the children at the Machao Orphanage is to set up a Bike-a-thon. After talking with the director of the Orphanage, Carolyn Rowley, we have decide to set the Bike-a-thon on May 4. Setting up a Bike-a-thon is a difficult process, so […]

American Giving Awards!

Cameron Sinclair,  the co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, gave my mother and I tickets to see the American Giving Awards. I am very grateful for the tickets because the stories I heard at the American Giving Awards inspired me to not give up until the orphanage had the 42 bicycles and a functional electric irrigation pump. […]