Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, ABC Homebuilders Give Over 300 Bikes to Children for Christmas

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each child got a new bicycle, a bicycle lock, and a helmet to help keep them safe

Brevard County Sheriff’s Office partnered with the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc., Florida East Coast Chapter to give away over 330 bicycles to children in need for Christmas at the annual “Handlebars For The Holiday’s” event. (BCSO image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff’s Office partnered with the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc., Florida East Coast Chapter to give away over 330 bicycles to children in need for Christmas at the annual “Handlebars For The Holiday’s” event.

The partnership between BCSO and ABC has grown each year so we can enhance the abilities of this annual event to reach more children across the county.

During the event, each child got a new bicycle, a bicycle lock, and a helmet to help keep them safe as they enjoy riding their new Christmas present.

Please join me in thanking our BCSO Inmate Work Farm Unit who handles this event for our team, everyone at ABC for all they do to make this event possible, and of course, the very gracious contractors who donated to this very worthy cause.

During the event, each child got a new bicycle, a bicycle lock, and a helmet to help keep them safe as they enjoy riding their new Christmas present. (BCSO image)
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