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Park Tool Community Tool Grants Applications Open Today

park tool kitNonprofit recipients of the Park Tool grants receive, among other things, the PK-5 Professional Mechanic Tool Kit, which includes 90 tools; (photo/Park Tool)
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Nonprofits can now apply for 2023 grants from Park Tool, which has donated more than $100,000 worth of bike tools and repair stands over 8 years.

For 10 nonprofits, today might be their lucky day. Park Tool has begun accepting applications for its 2023 Community Tool Grants, which help nonprofits make a difference through bike repair.

Since starting the grant program in 2014, Park Tool has donated bike tools and repair stands to worldwide nonprofit organizations. Each of the 10 nonprofits chosen for the grant will receive $1,600 in Park Tool products.

“We love reading through all the applications we receive for our Community Tool Grants,” Eric Hawkins, Park Tool president and owner, said in a news release. “There are so many amazing ways people and organizations are trying to better the lives of others through the bicycle. We are proud to help out some of these exemplary groups through these annual grants.”

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Nonprofit winners will also receive two Park Tool PCS-10.3 Portable Repair Stands and five Park Tool SA-1 Shop Aprons; (photos/Park Tool)

Park Tool Donation Details

Curious about what your nonprofit could receive from Park Tool through one of its grants? Here’s the complete list of bike repair goodies:

  • 1 Park Tool PK-5 Professional Mechanic Tool Kit
  • 2 Park Tool PCS-10.3 Portable Repair Stands
  • 5 Park Tool SA-1 Shop Aprons
  • 1 Park Tool BBB-4 Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair

The 2023 Community Tool Grant starts today, Nov. 15, 2022, and runs until Dec. 31, 2022. Applications can be completed here.

Park Tool will announce the winners in mid-January of 2023.

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