MoGo has so much to be thankful for! We are highlighting who we’re especially grateful for in this article along with showing gratitude for everyone on our social media. We invite you to do the same and together, we’ll spread positivity and gratitude this season!
MoGo is made possible thanks to several partners and supporters including the City of Detroit Government, @RideDDOT, Michigan Department of Transportation, SEMCOG, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, Hudson-Webber Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, Knight Foundation, Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation, and Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, and Downtown Detroit Partnership. We are thankful for their efforts to keep Detroit rolling!
MoGo wouldn’t be possible without our Title sponsors, Henry Ford Health System and Health Alliance Plan – HAP, and other sponsors: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, DTE Foundation, Ford Motor Company, The Rattlesnake, Invest Detroit, and Wayne State University. Thanks to them, MoGo is able to keep bike share affordable and accessible to people in Detroit and throughout the region. We’re so grateful for their support!
21% of MoGo’s members have an Access Pass, a $5 annual pass for anyone receiving state assistance. MoGo takes pride in its ability to provide equitable two-wheeled transit, but we also know we couldn’t do it alone. We’re grateful to our Access Pass partners COTS (Coalition On Temporary Shelter), Fort Street Open Door, Mariners Inn, Southwest Solutions, and The NOAH Project Detroit for allowing us to work with their guests to make sure MoGo is for all!
Thanks and gratitude for our Rider Perk partners! These local businesses offer discounts and perks to MoGo riders and members. Thanks so much to all you! Avalon International Breads, Yama, Moosejaw Mountaineering, SLOWS BAR BQ, Slows To Go, Motor City Float, The Peacock Room, Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters Detroit, The Rattlesnake, Detroit Clothing Circle, Downtown Detroit Bike Shop, George Gregory
MoGo’s team of ambassadors is made up of community leaders in Detroit and the 2019 expansion area, including Northwest Detroit, Ferndale, Oak Park, Huntington Woods, Berkley, and Royal Oak. Ambassadors attend and create events designed to help spread the word about bike share through group rides, community meetings, station info sessions, sign up events, one-on-one interactions, and much more. We’re so thankful for all they do! #thankful
We are especially thankful for our riders! We are appreciative of you! With the amazing community of riders, members, ambassadors, advocates, and staff, we couldn’t be anymore thankful! Helping the community grow closer together through bike share gives us huge gratitude!
We hope you take the time during this holiday season to show gratitude for those that care for you!