The Black Motorcycles Turn Key to Unlock Hope for Foster Care Youth
July 05, 2017
BENEFITING: Road Recovery Foundation
EVENT DATE: Jun 24, 2017
Help Road Recovery Reach 500 At-Risk Teens with a $25,000 fundraising goal!!!
This is the goal of The Black Motorcycles. For years The Black Motorcycles (TBM) have supported charity Road Recovery through various riding events and motorcycle auctions, to help at-risk teens and young adults battle addiction and other life adversities. TBM is now assembling a group of women riders who emanate the strength, confidence, and power of women, to help inspire at-risk young girls discover these qualities within themselves.
On June 24th, TBM women riders will ride from NYC to Hastings-on-Hudson, NY to visit The Graham School affiliated with Graham-Windham Services. TBM will commemorate the day with a message of hope and endless possibilities as select riders will briefly share their personal message of hope and inspiration to the young female adults at The Graham School. Post event celebrations will continue with lunch, socializing and live music performances by talented female artists.
Please support this very special day, and if you are available to ride, PLEASE REGISTER, then fundraise for our movement supporting the power of women and share your message of hope. All participants also receive a one-of-a-kind swag bag!
Ride Background: Road Recovery’s Rock-N-Ride team provides awareness of the organization's mission and raises funds for their youth-driven after school programs. In connection with the 50+ mile ride and outreach event with the young women of The Graham School, WE are asking for your support! Please make a tax-deductible donation to support Road Recovery’s program scholarship fund, with special consideration for at-risk young women.
The Black Motorcycles design and build one-of-a-kind custom motorcycles that meet the criteria as a bona fide piece of art, while staying true to the performance expected from a motorcycle. Learn More: http://www.theblackmotorcycles.com
Eliza Hamilton established Graham Windham as the first private orphanage in New York City in honor of her husband, Alexander Hamilton. 211 years later, Graham Windham's mission to support kids and families lives on. Today, Graham serves more than 4,500 kids and their families. Most of these kids have had a tough start in life. But through their own strength and Graham's support -- whether through family counseling and treatment, or academic help via The Graham School, these kids can thrive into adulthood. Eliza's dream was to give every kid to get their shot -- that mission lives on today. Learn More: http://www.graham-windham.org
Road Recovery, a non-profit organization founded in 1998 in New York City, helps at-risk and recovering youth from addiction and other mental health issues through its engagement-based, peer-driven approach that bridges the influence and expertise of both the medical and the music industry community. Learn More: www.roadrecovery.org
The Power of WOMEN, the Power of WE! Giving Back and Raising Funds for At-Risk Teens and Young Adults.