100 Bikes for 100 Kids

Last week, Seattle-based architecture firm CollinsWoerman teamed up with The Forgotten Children’s Fund to bring joy and holiday cheer to local children.


Rather than holding a traditional holiday party, the team at CollinsWoerman on Dec. 16 used the occasion to assemble 100 bicycles of all sizes inside the firm’s SoDo warehouse. The bicycles are being delivered to Forgotten Children’s Fund volunteers, who will distribute them to families in need on Christmas Day.

“We believe it’s important to give back to the community that supports us, and we’re happy to do so through year-round charity and volunteer opportunities,” said CollinsWoerman principal and co-founder Arlan Collins. “100 Bikes for 100 Kids is a program our whole office relishes, and we’re so proud to help further the important work of The Forgotten Children’s Fund this holiday season.” 

This year’s bicycle giveaway marks the second year of CollinsWoerman’s 100 Bikes for 100 Kids partnership with The Forgotten Children’s Fund.

What a fun way to give back and what a great party! Nice work CollinsWoerman! 

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