COME, SEE and RIDE an adaptive bike for FREE!

Believe It Bikes, Believe It Foundation’s new inclusion program, is a city-wide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities. We will have two types of adaptive bikes available to ride (free of charge) in Roosevelt Park on Saturday, Feb. 3 from 10 a.m. – noon. We will meet at the San Antonio BCycle station. Sign up NOW…

Event: Just Like Me, Just Like You

The Believe It Foundation and Snack Pak 4 Kids (a learning enhancement initiative that provides weekend food supplements to children to create food security) invites you to a fun, holiday-centered event full of activities and service opportunities for youth of ALL capabilities! Children of ALL capabilities will come together to serve and have fun with one another while packing…

Adaptive Bikes to Debut at Siclovia

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…

SICOLVIA – Sunday, Oct. 22 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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…

Jump + Jive

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…

NEWS How 1 SA nonprofit spent money raised in Big Give

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.