these.”The not-for-profit offers programming for about 200 kids throughout the pandemic.SEE ALSO
: Thieves take dozens of bikes from youth nonprofit in Camden Action News was
very first to report about the brazen theft last month. Each stolen bike expenses in between $200 to
$800.” It was actually distressing and distressing, specifically for the youth since that was a safe space for us to be out
especially throughout COVID,”said Kristin Prinn with Lifting Up Camden's Youth. After our story aired in October, residents donated practically 100 bikes to the not-for-profit, while Camden-based business Subaru and American
Water together talented more than$33,000.”We're excited to supply the contributions to Lucy Outreach and have the bike program up and running even with winter coming,”said Joe Szafran, a representative for American Water.” It's pretty fantastic what all these business and corporations have actually done, donated, to support us,” stated Leslie Medina.The contributions will be used to improve on-site security with brand-new surveillance electronic cameras. The mayor's office is even donating a shipping container to house the contributed bikes.
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