CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — Like the rest of the state of Colorado, the city of Castle Rock is growing fast. As more people move in, hospitals must make room to treat them. In one case that means having to take back space it was lending to a local nonprofit.
“Over 1,100 students are in our program,” said Jon Buck, Project Recycle Executive Director. “We started out in a garage and then a storage place and then another warehouse and then we go this space about five years ago.”
Project Recycle’s Dream Bike schools program gives donated bikes to kids in lower income schools. The organization’s generosity may have to scale back if they can’t find another space to operate in.
“We are not at a place where we can financially afford 10,000 square feet,” said Buck.
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