Homeless students get new bikes

The Atlanta chapter of StandUp for Kids announced Tuesday that one of its corporate sponsors has generously donated more than 100 new mountain bikes to homeless students from select Fulton County high schools. The donor has asked to remain anonymous. "Bicycles not only promote a healthier lifestyle, but also serve as an essential transportation resource for our youth who have no alternative options to get to and from work or school," said Jennifer Greenlee, SUFK Director of Mentor Programs. Two Men and a Truck from Tucker volunteered to deliver the bikes to the students. More info on SUFK and how to help: contact Jennifer Greenlee, Director at 404.444.1500, jenniferg@standupforkids.org. StandUp For Kids is a 501c(3) non-profit, with national headquarters in Atlanta. It was founded in 1990 to help rescue homeless and at-risk youth.