One of Denver’s most popular restaurants has partnered with World Bicycle Relief, a nonprofit organization providing access to education and livelihood through the power of bicycles, to help celebrate the opening of their new Denver office while aiming to raise $15,000 for the organization’s current Bicycles for Educational Empowerment Program.
On April 17th, Solera’s Executive Chef, Goose Sorensen, will open his restaurant doors to the Denver community. In exchange for a donation of $134 /couple or $67 /individual, attendees will enjoy limitless cocktails and appetizers as well as access to an impressive silent auction including a Cervelo S2 Frame, Zipp Wheels, Skea and Descente jackets and many other items including gift certificates to several Denver restaurants and businesses). “$134 puts a bicycle into the hands of a student in Africa reducing her commute to and from school by up to 7 hours each day.” Says World Bicycle Relief Grassroots Development Manager Katie Bolling. “With a bicycle, our student recipients gain valuable time to study for school and help their families with chores.”