Wisconsin fleet holds 7th annual bike drive for local children

CTS delivers bicycles
Green Bay, Wisconsin-based CTS delivers bicycles for local children in need. Shown from left, carrying box is Jory Gennett with Foundations Foster Care; Mark Reiland of CTS (yellow gloves); Foundations CEO Ryan Good in the blue hoodie; Collin Drews with Foundations pulling the pink box out of the trailer; and Paul Hajny of Foundations on the pickup truck.

Contract Transport Services (CTS), a trucking company based in Green Bay, Wisconsin, gave away more than 30 new bicycles to area youth in need as part of its 7th annual Holiday Bike Drive. The program benefits Pals of Brown County and Foundations Foster Care in the Green Bay area.

New to CTS’ Holiday Bike Drive this year was a partnership with BayCare Clinic, which offered new helmets to children who receive the bikes.

CTS delivering bicyclesCTS President Curt Reitz hands a bicycle down to Collin Drews and Paul Hajny with Foundations Foster Care.CTSThe Brown County Pals program is a service of the Brown County Human Services Department that matches children who are referred by Child Protective Services with an adult volunteer, couple or family.

Foundations Foster Care is part of Foundations Health and Wholeness that serves Northeast Wisconsin children placed in care who are in need of intensive care and nurturing away from their home. 

CTS delivers bikes to Foundations Foster CareFoundations Foster Care CEO Ryan Good tests the strength of a bike delivered by CTS.CTS

CTS delivers bikes to Pals of Brown CountyJenna Durkee and Jamie Chaudoir with Pals of Brown County accept bikes donated by CTS.CTS

Jamie Chaudoir with Pals of Brown County loads bikes donated by CTS into a car.CTS