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Pedals for Progress 2017 Board of Directors & Trustees

John Alexander, Treasurer UNIT 3230, BOX 470 DPO, AA 34031 – 0470 David Schweidenback, President & CEO, pd4ls@comcast.net 86 E MAIN ST HIGH BRIDGE, NJ 08829 John Strachan 95 OLD YORK RD HOPEWELL, PA 18938 Andrew Williams 210 PAVONIA STREET JERSEY CITY, NJ 07303 Robert Zeh, Secretary 5 WOODS EDGE CT CLINTON, NJ 08809 Staff Gary more...

P4P Major Donors

  Major Donors   John Alexander & Jane Divinski Biovid Sherman Carll CCG Facilities Integration, Inc. Jon and Diane Claerbout Clif Bar Family Foundation Eileen Fisher, Inc. The Jack & Pauline Freeman Foundation Jill & John Gower Pamela Hanlon Charitable Fund Jack & Donna Haughn Robert & Laura more...

Treasurer’s Message, Fall 2017

Hi. I'm Johnny Alexander, Treasurer of Pedals for Progress. Dave and I were Peace Corps volunteers and roommates in Sucua, Ecuador, for all of 1979. He often tells the story of our Peace Corps landlord who put to productive advantage one of the few bicycles in Ecuador. Sr. Peña was part of the inspiration for the founding of P4P. Several years ago I joined the more...

Progress Report for End of Fiscal Year 2017

On 30 September 2017 we closed the books for fiscal year 2017. (The P4P fiscal year runs from October 1st through September 30th.) In 2017 we collected 12% more bikes and 55% more sewing machines than in 2016. Fiscal 2018 starts with a bang: on 23 September 2017 the Vermont Green Mountain Returned Peace Corps Volunteers collected 253 bikes and more...

Progress Report for End of Fiscal Year 2016

On 30 September 2016 we drew the curtain on our activities for fiscal year 2016. (The P4P fiscal year runs from October 1st through September 30th.) In 2016 P4P collected 36 more bicycles then we did the previous year. And as for sewing machines we had an almost 13% increase in machines collected. (On 9/30/14, the end of fiscal year 2014, we more...

Continued Clif Bar Support

Spring 2009 InGear Our project in Sierra Leone is less than a year old, and it’s already a success despite many initial logistical difficulties. Helping us overcome these challenges is the very generous Clif Bar and Company. Because of a significant grant from the Clif Bar Family Foundation, we were able to fund the vital first shipment of bikes to Sierra Leone in more...