Due to the continued sponsorship of these organizations Worcester Earn-A-Bike can operate its programs
Breakstone, White & Gluck is committed to supporting bicycle safety in Massachusetts. Through our Project KidSafe campaign, our attorneys have proudly donated over 10,000 bicycle helmets to children since 2013. On this page, you will find information about our safety campaign, our community partners and safety resources for families.
Stone Soup is a volunteer run organization that brings together various Worcester leadership development and organizing groups doing social, environmental and economic justice work in the city of Worcester MA. Since moving to 4 King Street in 2006, Stone Soup has become an integral and positive part of the King Street neighborhood in Main South, one of the poorest neighborhoods in Worcester.
Our focus is on serving our community and we want to be known as a local, Worcester brewery. Our taproom will always come first and it’s unlikely that you’ll ever see 3cross beer sold too far from Worcester. We also serve 3cross Fermentation Cooperative is Massachusetts’ first community-owned brewery. Our 5,500 square foot space in the basement of 26 Cambridge Street houses a spacious taproom, a small nano-brewery setup and lots of space for expansion. While beer is the core of our business here at 3cross, we have plans for a variety of other fermented foods and drinks in the future. Since the business is owned by you, our customers, we keep our focus on serving our local community. It’s unlikely that you’ll ever see 3cross beer sold too far from Worcester.
The New England Grassroots Environment Fund (Grassroots Fund) energizes and nurtures long-term civic engagement in local initiatives that create and maintain healthy, just, safe and sustainable communities using stories, tools and dollars to fuel local activism and social change. Since 1996, the Grassroots Fund’s core grantmaking program continues to fund nearly 150 grants annually, giving more than $4 million in 20 years to initiatives by better than 1,700 community groups covering more than 60 percent of New England’s cities and towns.
New England Grassroots Environment Fund awards help solve the problems and realize the promises in addressing climate change and energy action, local food, environmental health and justice, land and water and local economies.
For more information, please visit grassrootsfund.org or call 603-905-9915.
Charles River Wheelers (CRW) is a group of recreational cyclists who get together for weekly bicycle rides and frequent social events in the Boston area. We provide a high quality year round recreational ride program with a friendly social atmosphere.
Greater Worcester Community Foundation is excited to partner with the Barr Foundation to support and elevate the creative community of Worcester. Through several new initiatives, we look to do our part to energize and elevate Worcester’s dynamic creative ecosystem by helping support innovative projects and thoughtful planning.
Peter Ventura Attorney At Law is A Worcester-based law firm that works to prevent injuries that occur between automobiles and bicycles. We support Worcester Earn-A-Bike’s mission to ensure that Worcester is a bike-friendly community and look forward to contribute to this mission in the future.
If you want to support WEAB programs though a major monetary donation, or have your business associated with a Community Bike Shop that uses bicycles to promote social good, and has given 1000’s of bicycles away for free, please contact us.
The Coalition for a Healthy Greater Worcester has partnered with the City of Worcester Division of Public Health and other partners on an exciting new project funded by the Centers for Disease Control Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (CDC REACH) program. This is a 5 year project seeking to address health inequities impacting the health of the Latino/Latinx community in Worcester. With an overarching goal of health equity, the REACH project values the community’s experiences and expertise.”