What We Do
Re-Cycle Macon is a program operated by Centenary Community Ministries, Inc. through the support of the Knight Foundation, 880 Cities, and the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities. The goal of the program is to 1. Provide stopgap transportation, 2. extend resources, 3. build community.
We seek to provide bicycles to adults in need of stopgap transportation. We also seek to provide the space, tools, and guidance needed on a monthly basis for anyone to work on their bicycle, particularly the under-resourced who depend on a bicycle for transportation, the opportunity for people to come out and volunteer with us, and most importantly, we seek to build inclusive and diverse community through our meet ups and meals. Nothing is required to attend and to share a meal. All are welcome.
Check out our story in The Macon Telegraph to learn more about who we are and what we do.
There are several ways you can get involved. Whether its donating your old bicycle, coming to our meet ups to help us fix bicycles for people in need (whatever your skill level may be!), bringing your own bicycle to work on, or simply coming to meet new people and to share a meal, YOU are welcomed to be a part of this community. Your gifts are valued and needed whatever they may be. Check out our events info below or contact us to learn more about how you can get involved. Learn more ➝
Come out to one of Re-Cycle Macon’s monthly meet ups to: receive guidance and tools to fix your own bicycle, the opportunity to earn a bicycle of your own, help us to work on bicycles for people in need, or just for a free meal and to meet new people. There are no expectations for your presence; we hope you will be a part of building community. Our next two meet ups have been scheduled for Thursday, February 28 and Thursday, March 28 at 6PM in the fellowship hall of Centenary Church located at 1185 Ash St. Check out photos from our kick off informational meet up.