This year at Sicolvia, the Believe It Foundation rolled out a new bike program to get children with physical disabilities off the sidelines and enjoy the thrill of riding a bike. The non-profit launched Believe it Bikes on Sunday for families to experience the new bikes along other riders at Sicolvia. Anita Mosley’s and her husband…Details
SAN ANTONIO — There’s a new bike-sharing program launching this weekend, and what better a place to make its debut than at Síclovía. They may look like regular bikes, but the new wheels were built to accommodate special needs riders. “This is pure recreation. This is pure fun,“ said development director Meredith Michelson with Believe…Details
The Believe It Foundation is thrilled to announce Believe It Bikes–a city-wide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities. The new program will launch October 22 at Siclovia. Come out and try the adaptive bikes at Believe It Foundation’s reclovia at Broadway Street and Jones Avenue during Siclovia this Sunday, Oct. 22 from 11…Details
The Believe It Foundation, a nonprofit organization that aims to include children with physical challenges in the lives and experiences of their typical peers, on Friday announced Believe It Bikes, a citywide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities. “Through the Believe It Foundation’s strategic partnerships with the YMCA of Greater San Antonio and San…Details
Believe It Foundation has been selected as the beneficiary of a new event called Jump + Jive — a mother/son night of fun. On Saturday, October 1 the lawn at the San Antonio Country Club will be transformed into a playground for moms and their boys to compete in field day activities and have a…Details
The Believe It Foundation sends kids and teens with disabilities to summer camp.
It’s a chance for them to do things they never thought they could at a place where their disabilities don’t exist.
Roger Copland has been coming to T Bar M Camps since he was 9-years-old thanks to the Believe It Foundation.
He’s now a vivacious 18-year-old.Details
SAN ANTONIO – The Big Give, San Antonio’s 24-hour fundraiser, raised more than $4 million in May for local nonprofits and the donations are already being put to use.
The Believe It Foundation, for example, is sending kids with disabilities to summer camp in New Braunfels at TBarM camp.
They are able to do so thanks to the generosity of Andrew McAllister.Details
The Texas Cavaliers Charitable Foundation awarded the Believe It Foundation with a $4,700 grant that will help to sponsor physically-challenged campers to attend T Bar M Camps in summer 2015.Details
Hello McAllister Family!
I have the JOY of telling the stories God writes at camp through the blog on our website. I thought you would enjoy today’s blog about Arturo. http://www.tbarmcamps.org/blog/general/best-kind-friend-509 Josie saw it on Facebook before I could tell her about it! She knew it was being posted today, so I think she was looking 😉Details