MADISON (WKOW) -- Giving teens a second chance at life and a great job to help them get on the right track. It's the goal of the nonprofit organization DreamBikes.
On Wednesday, the organization held their second annual breakfast fundraiser at the Madison Concourse Hotel.
DreamBikesis a nonprofit used bike store in low income communities that gives teens jobs that they would otherwise not get, while providing low cost bikes to the community.
Organizers say the program is expanding, but more help is needed. In fact to reach their goals for the year, including a new building and keeping teens employed, they are in need of $50,000 to $100,000.
If you'd like to donate to the cause, or learn more about DreamBikes, call 608-467-6315.
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