Ways to Help

Richmond Cycling Corps is a nonprofit organization supported by your generous donations. There are
many ways you can help.


We have an Amazon Wishlist you can choose from here

Your dollars go directly to programs that support the youth we serve. You can donate online here.

We are governed by a volunteer board of directors. If you are interested in learning more about board
service, please contact us at info@richmondcyclingcorps.org

Cycling (and learning) makes us hungry! Our youth spend their weekdays attending Legacy Academy, an
academic program managed by Richmond Cycling Corps. We provide breakfast and lunch for six
students. If you can help with meals, either by providing gift cards to local sandwich shops or bringing a
meal.  To sign up to bring a meal, you can click HERE. Please contact us at info@richmondcyclingcorps.org
with any questions you may have.

Did you know that Kroger Community Rewards programs sends checks every quarter to RCC? They do!
All you have to do is register your Kroger card here to support RCC. Simply register your card and scan it
every time you shop at Kroger. The amount they send to each organization is a combination of how
many households are registered and how much spent. It adds up! You can search for us as Richmond
Cycling Corps or by our organization number (SX474).

We are also listed as a participant of the Amazon Smile reward program. Choose RCC, shop Amazon
Smile and RCC gets a kickback!

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Matching gifts are magic. If your company offers a match, please let us know when you make a

Gift cards for WaWa or Sheetz work two ways—they get us places and can also be used to feed the
youth after workouts at the Y or on the bikes.

Our wish list

(we just really want you to come visit us—and bring these things)
 -  Paper towels
 -  Laundry detergent
 -  Toilet paper
 -  Copy paper
 -  Bottled water
 -  Healthy, pre-packaged snacks (nuts, applesauce, granola bars, string cheese, etc)
 -  Refurbished laptop computers
 -  Cereal (we’re guilty of liking Fruity Pebbles and Cap’n Crunch)
 -  Crock Pot (we promise to unplug it)
 -  File folders
 -  Large (55 gallon) trash bags

Thank you! These are just a few of the ways you can help. If you are interested in learning more about
Richmond Cycling Corps and Legacy Academy, please don’t hesitate to reach out.