Naples Pathways Coalition (NPC)

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 127


Location: 300 5th Avenue South Suite 101, Box 464 Naples FL 34102 USA

Mission: We want everyone to be able to be self-propelled, safely.
Results: Including our patnership with Naples Velo, Naples Area Tri-Athletes, and Gulf Coast Runners, we represent about 2000 people in the active community.
Target demographics: Everyone
Direct beneficiaries per year: Individuals who use their bikes to communte are able to receive free bike lights and have them installed through a program we run in partnership with the Naples Police Department
Programs: Bike Safety Rodeos, Lights for Cyclists at Risk, Walking and Cycling events
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Rating: 5 stars  

I started working with Naples Pathways in 2004, when it collaborated with The Cancer Alliance of Naples. I love that the organization is willing to partner with other goups to build meaningful relationships, that serve a broad spectrum of our population, in Collier County. Michelle Avola Reese is a dedicated leader, and she has worked dillegently to reach out to her community. As a local philanthropist, I spend my spare time aiding organizations that matter to me. So often, I'll see Michelle networking with other groups because EVERYBODY rides a bike. EVERYBODY needs bike safety, whether they realize it or not. Naples Pathways social media presence is very strong and I appreciate the informative daily posts. I volunteer because I care and because the organization cares about me.

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