Donate to the SVBC Trail Building Fund! We need your Volunteer labor hours or your CASH!

Donate to the SVBC Trail Building Fund! We need your Volunteer labor hours or your CASH!

September 20, 2012 Donate Fundraising George Washington National Forest George Washington National Forest Trail Work mountain bike trail work Recreation Trails Program RTP Grant Trail Dynamics Trail Work 0
Give Back to Your Trails and Help the SVBC Build your Dream Trails
The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition NEEDS YOUR HELP!  We need to raise $25,000 towards our 20% responsibility of our $125,000 government grant.  Your time is worth exactly $22 dollars per hour towards our goal.  Please help us by either donating money or donating your time by lending a hand at a trail work day this fall.

I prefer donating a monetary amount:


Checks can be made out to Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition (SVBC) and mailed to:

Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition 
PO Box 1014, 
Harrisonburg, VA 22803
The SVBC is a 501 (c) (3) organization.  All monetary donations are tax deductible.

I prefer donating my time at trail work:

Options are:

  • 5 hours  (This is like donating $110)
  • 8 hours (Recommended – this is like donating $176)
  • 10 hours (This is like donating $220)
I pledge to commit _______ hours of trail work in the National Forest before the end of 2012.

Dates of Trail Work Days this Fall:
Trail Work parties meet at Mr. J’s Bagels on South High Street (42) and leave at 9am to carpool to the woods

  • Saturday September 22
  • Saturday September 29
  • Saturday October 13
  • Saturday October 20
  • Saturday October 27
Note: Trail works are organized events that have plenty of notification and work options.  Most trail work sessions are 3-4 working hours in length and have all tools provided.  Work gloves are also provided but if you have your own pair that you prefer, bring them along.  All you really need to bring is a water bottle and a few snacks.  The information you provide above will not be given out and will only be used to contact you during trail work related communications.

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