This year marks the 33rd year in a row for the largest Motorcycle Toy Run in the state, and this one is the Toy Run to the Children’s Hospital. Following last year’s record breaking attendance, the outlook for this year’s event should surpass it! [Read more…] about 33rd Annual Toy Run to the Children’s Hospital
Angel Eyes is a nonprofit organization that provides bereavement support for families impacted by the sudden and unexpected death of an infant or toddler due to SIDS, SUID, SUDC, miscarriage and stillbirth.
Sober Souls MC is once again partnering with The Hornbuckle Foundation (501 c3) for the 4th annual Soul Repo poker run. Ride starts at Renegade Classics Thornton. Ride ends at Dirty Dogs with music by the Rick Lewis Project, Michael Hornbuckle, and other special guests
4th Annual Poker Run. Proceeds benefit the Hornbuckle Foundation. September 2, 2018. Registration at 9am – kickstands up at 10:30 am
RIDE STARTS at Renegade Classic at 9215 Washington St. R
Jerry D’s – Dacono
Deluxe Motor Classics – Westminster
Army Surplus Co. – Broadway
FINAL STOP – Dirty Dogs Roadhouse – Golden
By: Susan Dane
On August 26, the 8th Annual CAF Poker Run will be held as a fundraiser for The Denver Hospice.
Christopher’s Angels Fund (CAF) was founded by Bob and Donna Johnson in memory of their son. Christopher died in the care of The Denver Hospice when he was two years old. The Johnsons struggled financially during Christopher’s illness and struggled to find resources to help. They hoped that by creating this fund, they could ease the financial stress on other families coping with terminal illness.
Family assistance grants from Christopher’s Angels Fund can be requested for non-medical needs like food, mortgage/rent payments, home and auto repairs, special occasions, outings and celebrations, travel expenses, summer camps and other activity fees for children. It can also cover funeral/memorial service costs and direct care expenses not covered by insurance.
Christopher’s Angels Fund truly makes a difference in the lives of families serviced by The Denver Hospice. As families reach the end of a long battle with a terminal illness, their financial resources are often depleted. Many hospice families find themselves dealing not only with the stress of illness, but also coping with being stretched beyond their limits, trying to fit work and other responsibilities into a physically and emotionally demanding experience.
Because everyone who helps with the CAF Poker Run does so in a volunteer capacity, 100% of the funds raised go into the Fund to help the families in need. Check out the Facebook Event Page (8th Annual CAF Poker Run) for more info. The Poker Run starts/ends at In the Zone with registration beginning at 9:00 am.