• Bike Donations
Donating a bike is a great way to support low-income community members who may not be able to afford a bike to get to work or school. Bicycling helps youth and adult residents become independent from relying on others for transportation.
To donate a new or used bike, please contact our administrative team at 559.498.0870 x105 to make arrangements. We will accept new or used bikes with functioning brakes. The bikes must be in functioning condition or require minimal repairs. We also accept bike parts but not bike frames.
• Zumba Workshops in Orange Cove
Thanks to an agreement between the City of Orange Cove and the Kings Canyon Unified School District, Orange Cove residents are now able to use two of the school sites for physical activity opportunities through a Joint-Use Agreement. Considering the lack of safe spaces to play and be active, and the high rates of obesity for Latinos in Orange Cove, this agreement comes at an important time. Residents are utilizing the Joint-Use Agreement for low-cost Zumba classes twice weekly. Zumba offers residents a fun way to get fit while listening to upbeat Latin music.
Your donations help cover the cost of certified instructors to lead the classes and for future expansion of classes to other school sites. Classes like these increase opportunities for residents to live active lifestyles.
• Monetary Donations
As a program of the Public Health Institute, Cultiva La Salud targets Fresno, Kern and Stanislaus counties in six largely Latino neighborhoods. Cultiva La Salud is dedicated to engaging, informing and inspiring residents to actively advance personal, family and community health through healthy lifestyles and civic advocacy. We hope you’ll support our efforts with a charitable contribution that will help us continue to promote smart, equitable policies. You can give online today by clicking the donate button below.
Or send a check or money order payable to:
Cultiva La Salud/Public Health Institute
2409 Merced Street, Ste. 101
Fresno, CA 93721
• Other Ways to Contribute
For more information or to find other ways that you can help, please contact:
Genoveva Islas, Regional Program Director
Thank You in advance for your contribution.