WHEELING, W.Va. (WTRF) – Southwestern Energy has partnered up Variety and its ‘My Bike Program’ to award five area children with life-changing equipment.
The program provides kids with adaptive bicycles that is tailored to their needs.
Due to success from the My Bike Program, Variety has expanded with adaptive strollers in the ‘My Stroller Program’ and ‘My Voice Program.’
Physical and occupational therapists have decided what’s going to work for this child, and then, as you will see today, ‘boom,’ they’re riding! So, they have gone to sitting on the sidelines to riding.Charles LaVallee, CEO of Variety, the Children’s Charity
Since launching the ‘My Bike Program’ in November 2012, Variety has provided 3,000 adaptive bicycles to kids.
- PAC to adjust scheduling format for fall
- EMA making sure Wetzel and Tyler County residents receive masks
- School district breaks ground on new Rocket Center
- More Covid-19 testing is needed; West Virginia company steps up
- Are you wearing your mask the right way? Officials say many aren’t