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Lazer Sport’s ‘Buy One Save Another’ Campaign To Help Lighthouse Youth Projects

Lazer Sport have come up with an innovative campaign to help cyclists enjoy the latest in helmet technology while significantly improving the lives of vulnerable youth.

For every 10 helmets purchased before May 31 and registered at www.lazersport.com/au/bosa – the company will donate a helmet to Adelaide-based charity group Lighthouse Youth Projects. Lazer started the campaign by pledging a minimum of 200 helmets with each registration a step towards more helmets being donated.

With the guiding principle of ‘mentoring through bikes’, Lighthouse Youth Projects is a volunteer supported not-for-profit organisation that uses donated bikes to help vulnerable and at-risk youth through bike-based programs and workshops.

‘We work with young people, regardless of circumstance, supporting them into positive pathways through our diverse range of programs. Lighthouse Youth Projects also offers a range of community events, BMX and MTB coaching, along with life skills mentoring.’ 

Lighthouse Youth Projects also offers a range of community events, BMX and MTB coaching, along with life skills mentoring.

Lazer believes that bicycles can change lives and be a springboard to a new, positive way of living. Lighthouse Youth Projects has the vision to give every child in Australia, regardless of their disadvantage, the opportunity to ride a bike with someone passionate enough to care, willing to see their potential and to encourage them to make a change for the better.

For more on the impressive charity organisation visit www.lighthouseyp.org

To order your own Lazer helmet and help Lighthouse Youth Projects visit www.lazersport.com/au/bosa 

 

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