A Bike & Winter Outerwear Drive is scheduled to happen in Roselle from 9 a.m. to midday Saturday, Sept. 26, within the Roselle Village Corridor car parking zone, 31 S. Prospect St.
Working Bikes Cooperative might be onsite to gather bikes and bicycle elements, and Maddie’s Mitten March will obtain donations of winter outwear, together with coats, gloves, mittens, scarves, hats, and boots.
To advertise the protection of distributors and members, this might be a drive-thru contactless donation occasion.
Contributors are requested to remain of their autos whereas making donations and to put on face coverings as needed when interacting with distributors.
Working Bikes’ mission is to present new life to outdated bikes and independence to those that trip them, within the underserved communities of Chicago, Africa and Central & South America.
Be taught extra about Working Bikes on-line at workingbikes.org.
Maddie’s Mitten March is a Kane County primarily based group that collects winter garments and cash for direct distribution, and thru different native supportive organizations. Be taught extra about Maddie’s Mitten March on-line at www.mittenmobile.com.
Each Working Bikes and Maddie’s Mitten March have participated within the village-sponsored Roselle Recycles occasion for the previous a number of years.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Roselle Recycles is canceled for 2020 and won’t be held this fall. Extra recycling sources can be found on the village’s web site at www.roselle.il.us/recycling.