Ways to Give

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition’s vision of an Atlanta where everyone moves safely, easily, and sustainably throughout the city. There are many ways to support the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition.

Make a financial gift online or via check

Every dollar of every donation makes a difference to the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. You may give online or mail a check to the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, 2870 Peachtree Rd. NW, #915-16719, Atlanta, GA 30305.

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Become a Monthly Sustaining Donor

Your sustaining gift provides year-round support for an Atlanta where everyone can roll, walk, and ride safely.

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Join our Momentum Maker Giving Society by giving $1,000 annually

By contributing $1,000 or more, your generosity creates pathways toward an Atlanta with safe, active transportation.

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Match Your Gift Through Your Employer

Many employers will match employees’ charitable contributions. Check if yours does, and learn more below.

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Donate Stocks or Appreciated Securities

Donating stocks or securities to the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is a smart way to reclaim Atlanta’s streets as safe, inclusive spaces while maximizing tax benefits.

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Donate via a Donor Advised Fund

Combine favorable tax benefits with the flexibility to easily support the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition through a donor advised fund (DAF).

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Sponsor as a Business or Organization

Are you a business or organization committed to sustainable transportation? Consider sponsoring an Atlanta Bicycle Coalition program or event.

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Donate Your Vehicle

Instead of selling your old car, truck, or RV, you can donate it to the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition through our simple vehicle donation program.

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EarthShare Georgia

EarthShare Georgia connects people to nonprofits dedicated to protecting our land. Through workplace giving, employees can make a gift to a member organization, such as the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition.

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Shop Atlanta Bicycle Coalition Merchandise

Show your support for safe, sustainable transportation for all with the purchase of an Atlanta Bicycle Coalition or Atlanta Streets Alive mask, mug, t-shirt, or hoodie.

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Shop with Amazon Smile

For purchases you already make on Amazon, joining Amazon Smile will contribute 0.5% of your purchases to the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition at no additional cost to you.

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Donate through Planned Giving

Making a planned gift can support the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition far into the future. We recommend consulting with a professional advisor on the impact a potential planned gift - such as a bequest - could have on your estate. To discuss planned giving, please email Senior Development Manager Rachel Stanley.

Make a Tribute Gift

Donating to the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is an excellent way to honor your loved ones. There are many occasions where a donation makes for the perfect gift to honor the transportation advocate in your life, including birthdays and milestones.

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Donate through the Combined Federal Campaign for federal employees

Federal, postal, and military employees can support the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition through workplace giving in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). In the Peachbelt CFC Zone, our CFC number is 69788. 

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At this time, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition does not accept in-kind donations of goods, including bicycles or safety equipment. Other partner organizations that do accept bicycle donations include Bearings Bike Shop, Free Bikes 4 Kids, Sopo Bicycle Coop, and Start Bikes at Georgia Tech

If you have any additional questions on ways to support the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, please contact Senior Development Manager Rachel Stanley.

The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition works to maximize the impact of each dollar that we receive from our generous donors. You may view our latest impact reports and financial reports here on our website. Additionally, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is reviewed and verified by top nonprofit evaluators, such as Charity Navigator and Candid/Guidestar. See below to learn more.