Partnering for cerebral palsy research

Support the Pedal with Pete Foundation

Become a Volunteer

100% supported by volunteers.
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Make a Donation

Funds are used for research to discover better prevention strategies and treatment protocols to improve the quality of life for people who live with cerebral palsy, their families and caregivers.

Register for an Event

Annual fund-raising events are held in two locations in the Midwest.

Make Donation

Partnering for cerebral palsy research

The Pedal with Pete Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization and donations are tax-deductible.

More ways you can help.

Give by Check

Checks can be mailed to:
The Pedal with Pete Foundation
P. O. Box 13543
Columbus, OH 43213

Give by Zelle

Send a donation using Zelle to

Donor Advised Fund

Our address is:
The Pedal with Pete Foundation
P.O. Box 13543
Columbus, OH 43213
Employer Identification Number (EIN): 34-1732505

Donate a Security

If you would like to donate a security (e.g., stock, bond, mutual fund) to The Pedal with Pete Foundation and receive a tax deduction, as well as possibly a capital gains tax savings, send an email to Please check with your tax advisor for specific tax benefits.

Search with Microsoft Bing

To set up Pedal with Pete as your selected charity on your Microsoft Rewards account:
Go to “Give with Bing Dashboard.”
Turn on “Give Mode.”
Type “Pedal with Pete” in the search box on the left and click on “Search.” It is not necessary to specify the Category or Country.
Click on the “Select” button.

Kroger Community Rewards

Select Pedal with Pete (organization #: RL822) as your choice for Community Rewards.

Our Policies and Financials

Meet Our Volunteers

The Pedal with Pete Foundation is completely run by volunteers and works hard to keep costs down so over 80% of every dollar raised goes directly to cerebral palsy research.

Heather Darling


Sabine Kuhn


Roger Schenck


Grant Recipients

With the funds raised, grants totaling $50,000-$75,000 per year are awarded to researchers to further their work developing prevention, treatment, and cures for cerebral palsy research that is making a difference for people with cerebral palsy, including 800,000 children and adults in the United States alone.