Last year, for his 35th birthday, Isaac spent the day in the lobby of the Sacramento-Central YMCA on a stationary bike, cycling for 12 hours to raise money for more than 40 local underprivileged children to attend YMCA’s summer day camp. He surpassed his goal of $5,000, raising nearly $6,000 instead. Over the summer, Isaac had a chance to stop by the summer camp and meet some of the children who benefitted from his efforts. They beamed with gratitude.
To raise the money, Isaac turned to a variety of avenues, including his neighbors on Nextdoor Tahoe Park, who were proud of his efforts and happy to support him.
Isaac is passionate about helping his local community. “The need is huge and the lives we change are real and local.”
We applaud Isaac’s efforts to support the Sacramento community, especially on his birthday – that’s what being a good neighbor is all about!
As reported by CBS Sacramento.
To support Isaac’s Bike-A-Thon and help send more children to summer camp, visit ymcaisaac.com.