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Tern Announces $70,000 in Give Back Grants

Published December 8, 2023

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Urban mobility specialist Tern Bicycles today unveiled the grant recipients from its annual Give Back program. Every year Tern allocates a minimum of 1% of the previous year's profits to initiatives and organizations that work towards positive social or environmental change, whether locally or on a global scale. The total contributions for 2023 amount to US$70,000.

The beneficiaries this year include World Bicycle Relief, Doctors Without Borders, BYCS, Black Girls Do Bike, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, and Asia Rainbow Ride.

"Traditionally, our focus has been on providing grants to organizations addressing inequality and those advocating for environmentally-conscious practices and initiatives," stated Josh Hon, Tern Team Captain.

"However, an increasing recognition of the humanitarian needs worldwide has prompted us to expand ourscope to include partners such as Doctors Without Borders. It also continues to be a priority to select partners that resonate with our company's values, encompassing areas such as social impact, health, environmental sustainability, diversity, inclusivity, and community engagement."

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