Donations

Why your support matters

The Jersey Off Road Bicycling Association (JORBA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit all-volunteer organization with 12 chapters and 25+ parks stewarded on a regular basis. We represent thousands of NJ mountain bikers and the issues they face in this, the most densely populated state in the nation.

Affiliate chapters contribute 5000+ hours of volunteer labor annually. Our clubs also lead group rides and skills clinics many times each year at local, county, and state parks. The clinics and rides cater to riders at the beginner level, all the way up advanced level riders. If you can donate 1 session on a single weekend each year to perform trail work in your local park, this really helps improve trails in NJ. Who knows? You might even like it and become a regular participant!

JORBA is committed to environmentally sound and socially responsible mountain biking, facilitating recreational trail cycling, educating, creating and maintaining sustainable trails, and advocating multi-user trail access.

If you would like to make a donation in addition to/or instead of becoming a member, please review the options below.

JORBA donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law. Your donation will be used in support of JORBAs overall mission and goals.

Thank you for supporting Off-Road Cycling and helping JORBA preserve quality riding opportunities for all cyclists of New Jersey.

JORBA Tax ID: 22-3667526 - Incorporated: 1999

Electronic Donations

Click the Donate button and you will be directed to the PayPal web page specifically setup for JORBA donations where you can enter a $ amount. You can use Paypal, or a credit card here (a paypal account is not required). Paypal takes "their share" but this is the quick, easy, and a safe option for many of us.




Donations by Mail

If you prefer to send JORBA a check via mail please send it to:

Jersey Off Road Bicycle Association (JORBA)
PO Box 673
Princeton Junction, NJ 08550

Resource Donations

To donate land, materials, resources, tools, or services please contact JORBA's Executive Director Ken Seebeck (seebeck -at- JORBA -dot- org)