A Glimpse At What We Do
Annual Pinwheel Run
In support of National Child Abuse Prevention month and the nationwide "Pinwheels For Prevention" program, Bikers C.A.R.E. hosts an annual "Pinwheel Run".
The event is held in partnership with community partners. Its focus is to bring the issue of child abuse out of the darkness and into the light, while raising funds for our community outreach programs.
Education & Outreach
During the year, Bikers C.A.R.E. chapters are encouraged to participate and/or host community events open to the public.
We use these opportunities to educate the public on the signs of abuse and are often approached by victims, young and old, looking for assistance in their recovery.
Helping a child recover from the trauma of abuse takes a team of professionals - social workers, therapists, case managers, and sometimes law enforcement.
And sometimes, a child needs an organization like Bikers C.A.R.E.
We work with the community agencies already in place and make ourselves available as a healing resource to these trained professionals. Should they feel that the child they are caring for will benefit from our involvement, they can refer us to the child's custodial guardian. Of course, the custodial guardian can also request our services directly - and only the custodial guardian can approve our participation.
And these services are provided at no charge.
We apply a proven process that helps the child regain their sense of self-worth and belonging and Bikers C.A.R.E. remains by the child's side throughout the recovery process. Two qualified members are assigned as the primary point of contact to the child and are available to that child 24/7/365.