December 16, 2017; San Leandro, California: Davis Street was as busy as the North Pole again this year! More than 500 kids received new bikes and helmets on December 16th through the Bikes for Tykes Program. San Leandro Police Officer Louie Brandt raised more than $20,000 to purchase bikes for needy children. Over the last seven years, Officer Brandt and Davis Street have partnered to give away more than 3,000 new bicycles and helmets to low-income children in our community. Thank you to the San Leandro Police Department, San Leandro Police Officers Association, and more than 50 volunteers that donated their time for this special event!
About Davis Street
Serving more than 15,000 individuals annually, Davis Street helps low-income families of the Eden area and surrounding communities to improve their quality of life through short and long-term assistance. Today, Davis Street is a comprehensive safety net that assist clients to navigate their journey in financial, physical, and mental well-being. Davis Street programs include a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Primary Care Clinic providing medical, dental and behavioral health services; food and clothing; subsidized child care; housing and utility assistance and referrals; and five childcare centers.