The shop accepts donations during the Thursday and Friday sales/donation receiving shift — no appointment necessary. If any of the items on our wish list are languishing in your basement, consider giving them a new home at Bike Farm!
If visiting the shop isn’t an option, you can send us an email and we will see if a volunteer is available to pick up your parts/tools donation. To make the best use of volunteer time and energy, we try to save pick-ups for larger donations. We appreciate your efforts to bring items to the shop if you can!
Bike Farm gratefully accepts donations through PayPal, which are used to pay rent and bills at the shop, maintain our tools, and to support our ongoing programs to serve our community, even when we're not open to the public.
We are fortunate to be 100% volunteer-operated, and with no salaries to pay, our overhead is comparatively low. But this closure has had a serious impact on our finances. Our hours may have been canceled, but our rent wasn’t.
No one imagined our door would stay closed for this long. And since we still don’t know when we’ll be able to re-open in our original capacity, donations matter more now than ever.
Your patience and support are what keep Bike Farm afloat. A successful fundraising drive in late April 2020 carried us all the way through the year. We look forward to finding new ways to help the community even while our DIY space is closed.
No donation is too small, and because Bike Farm is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit, your cash or parts donation is tax-deductible. Our EIN is 26-1415141.