Primm Family Charities is creating MULTI-FOCUSED OUTREACH EFFORT
3

patrons

$13
per month


What we do:

Our primary missions is attending events and shows to help raise awareness and funds for local children’s causes and/or charities. Ahead of any planned event or show we coordinate with local businesses and event facilitators and request they pick a local cause and/or charity they would like us to fund-raise for during the event. We do not charge any fees for our services and we do not take a percentage of any proceeds generated in the name of the local cause and/or charity we are representing. Our efforts are to be solely funded by our sponsors, the charitable donations of our supporters and the selling of t-shirts, wristbands and other fundraising items at our display booth and online. 

To further help with our efforts we started  Charity Bike Company with a goal setting aside a portion of the proceeds from every sale to enable us to gift bicycles to needy underprivileged children and families dealing with obstacles in life including but not limited to Autism. "As a long time cyclist I understand the joy and freedom that a bicycle can bring to a child.



Charity Bike Build


Competition Level Scooters
  
Sincerely,
Dante Primm (Founder).  

Our Story:

We started our mission after our son DJ was diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (Autism). Unlike other Autistic children we knew of, DJ was always outgoing, friendly and receptive of others so we never even considered he could be autistic. At first we just thought that since his mother  had been diagnosed as having ADHD as a child it was passed along to him. It wasn’t until we started to notice certain quirks, like some OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), hand/arm waving, lack of  ability to recognize social cues, and certain other signs that we began to realize it was more than just ADHD. But we still did not consider Autism because what we had always seen of Autistic children was not what we were seeing in our son. Not until we started doing some research did we realize that there is a whole Autistic Spectrum Disorder category and not just one specific sign or trait or group of traits that is common to all that suffer from Autism. His mother has since been diagnosed and classified as Autistic as well as more understanding the diagnosis has changed over the years. 
 

About Our Son:

Our son DJ is considered a high functioning Autistic child, but many others face challenges and obstacles we will never know, so our efforts are dedicated to all of them. We are extremely passionate about what we intend on doing with Primm Family Charities (BikingForAutism, BMX4AUTISM, BMX4Charity and Gaming4Autism) and have invested everything we have both financially and emotionally getting it to this point and now we are depending on sponsorships and the charitable contributions of others to ensure its future success.

https://youtu.be/eFmebMXjZR

The Ultimate Goal is opening a family friendly indoor bike/skate/scooter facility designed with riders of all ages and skill levels in mind with ramps, jump boxes, rails etc..

Currently all our efforts are self funded but we are looking for outside financial support to help us continue our outreach efforts and continue on our mission of making this our life’s work. We hope you decide to become a donating supporter but even if you chose not to support our efforts please be aware that those on the spectrum need your support and understanding, so consider supporting one of the other charitable efforts out there.

Sincerely, Dante & Namolisa Primm
Founders: Primm Family Charities
BikingForAutism LLC
BMX4Autism
BMX4Charity
Please follow our efforts at:
www.bikingforautism.org
www.bmx4autism.org
www.charitybikeco.com
Twitter
BMX4AUTISM-FacebookGroup

Donations may also be mailed to:
BikingForAutism LLC
c/o Primm Family Charities
PO Box 238, Dexter, IA 50070


All donations made through Patreon go directly towards supporting our efforts and are used to cover our monthly costs including administration costs, attending events and shows (booth space fees) etc...
Tiers
Support Level
$5 or more per month 3 patrons

Goals
$13 of $750 per month
In reaching an initial plateau of $750 we will be able to gift 1 bicycle every month to a needy child.
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What we do:

Our primary missions is attending events and shows to help raise awareness and funds for local children’s causes and/or charities. Ahead of any planned event or show we coordinate with local businesses and event facilitators and request they pick a local cause and/or charity they would like us to fund-raise for during the event. We do not charge any fees for our services and we do not take a percentage of any proceeds generated in the name of the local cause and/or charity we are representing. Our efforts are to be solely funded by our sponsors, the charitable donations of our supporters and the selling of t-shirts, wristbands and other fundraising items at our display booth and online. 

To further help with our efforts we started  Charity Bike Company with a goal setting aside a portion of the proceeds from every sale to enable us to gift bicycles to needy underprivileged children and families dealing with obstacles in life including but not limited to Autism. "As a long time cyclist I understand the joy and freedom that a bicycle can bring to a child.



Charity Bike Build


Competition Level Scooters
  
Sincerely,
Dante Primm (Founder).  

Our Story:

We started our mission after our son DJ was diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (Autism). Unlike other Autistic children we knew of, DJ was always outgoing, friendly and receptive of others so we never even considered he could be autistic. At first we just thought that since his mother  had been diagnosed as having ADHD as a child it was passed along to him. It wasn’t until we started to notice certain quirks, like some OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), hand/arm waving, lack of  ability to recognize social cues, and certain other signs that we began to realize it was more than just ADHD. But we still did not consider Autism because what we had always seen of Autistic children was not what we were seeing in our son. Not until we started doing some research did we realize that there is a whole Autistic Spectrum Disorder category and not just one specific sign or trait or group of traits that is common to all that suffer from Autism. His mother has since been diagnosed and classified as Autistic as well as more understanding the diagnosis has changed over the years. 
 

About Our Son:

Our son DJ is considered a high functioning Autistic child, but many others face challenges and obstacles we will never know, so our efforts are dedicated to all of them. We are extremely passionate about what we intend on doing with Primm Family Charities (BikingForAutism, BMX4AUTISM, BMX4Charity and Gaming4Autism) and have invested everything we have both financially and emotionally getting it to this point and now we are depending on sponsorships and the charitable contributions of others to ensure its future success.

https://youtu.be/eFmebMXjZR

The Ultimate Goal is opening a family friendly indoor bike/skate/scooter facility designed with riders of all ages and skill levels in mind with ramps, jump boxes, rails etc..

Currently all our efforts are self funded but we are looking for outside financial support to help us continue our outreach efforts and continue on our mission of making this our life’s work. We hope you decide to become a donating supporter but even if you chose not to support our efforts please be aware that those on the spectrum need your support and understanding, so consider supporting one of the other charitable efforts out there.

Sincerely, Dante & Namolisa Primm
Founders: Primm Family Charities
BikingForAutism LLC
BMX4Autism
BMX4Charity
Please follow our efforts at:
www.bikingforautism.org
www.bmx4autism.org
www.charitybikeco.com
Twitter
BMX4AUTISM-FacebookGroup

Donations may also be mailed to:
BikingForAutism LLC
c/o Primm Family Charities
PO Box 238, Dexter, IA 50070


All donations made through Patreon go directly towards supporting our efforts and are used to cover our monthly costs including administration costs, attending events and shows (booth space fees) etc...

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Tiers
Support Level
$5 or more per month 3 patrons