I'm so glad that we got the opportunity to be part of this event!! Just the heart felt kindness and generosity you guys/gals showed us today can never be repaid!!!! Keep riding and stay safe!!! Thank you all for what I hope will make Chelsea Payne and Logan have some awesome memories together!!I
Mike Tudor - Logan's Grandfather
Logan is the 4 year old son of Chelsea Payne who has Huntington’s Disease and will not be able to see Logan grow up. We send them to Disney, gave tickets to the Science Center, movies, B&O railroad, baseball game, etc. So Logan would have lasting memories of his mother.
We would never have been able to move forward with the construction of Mitchell's "fully accessible wheel chair" elevator this year if the Mitchell Ride had not occurred. We are thrilled to have this wonderful event continue to happen on an annuaql basis, and we are honored that Mitchell's name will still be used. The Unchained Few Motorcycle Club and Unchained Charities Inc. will help so many families and children in need."
Vicky Sylvain - Mitchell's Mom
"It's the simplest things in life that give us the most joyful feelings. Because of the efforts of the Unchained Few Motorcycle Club, Carmen is able to sit in a shower and comfortably wash her hair in order to get ready for a trip to the movies! Her bath chair provides her all the support she needs washing herself. Her greatest excitement comes when she can now drive her power chair on the Tilt-a-Rack chair transport system that was given to us by the club!"
Norman Chanaud - Carmen's Dad
"Because the Unchained Few Motorcycle Club was willing to ride in the rain, I will no longer have to worry about a lack of transportation for Mason's doctor appointments. We could not have done this on one income. It isn't everyday that strangers will allow us to just be parents while others worry about some of your financial needs. That's what the Unchained Few did for our family!"
Susan Thibault - Mason's Mom
Testimonials from some of the families that it has been our pleasure to help!
Alyssa has Dwarfism with multiple bone defects in both legs.
We remodeled her bedroom into a "big girl" room which greatly suited her special needs.
Through Our Hard Work, Generous Donations From Our Corporate Sponsors And All The Clubs (too many to mention) We Are Able to Continue To Help Children In Need. We Cant Thank You Enough.
Brainy Camps is a group of residential camps and retreats for children with chronic health conditions. We sponsored the two children below so they will be able to attend this camp
The Unchained Few Motorcycle Club is such a great group of people, they do wonderful things for many families. I recently lost my husband to a horrible accident. He was the father of our two young daughters and the sole provider for our family. The Unchained Few contacted us and offered to try and help. They stepped up in a big way and raised enough money to pay off our home. I can't tell you what a burden this has lifted off my shoulders, knowing there is one less bill to pay every month. This has made it much easier for me to raise our two daughters by myself. We are now part of the Unchained Few MC family. All the past recipients come back each year to show their appreciation and to support the charity. It was great, the day was filled with wonderful memories and we made a bunch of new friends/family.
Thank you so much....
From our family to yours ~ The Thomas Girls
New Leaf Acres Provides a place of comfort and security to inspire children to find the positive within themselves and lead a more confident life. We provided funding so that more children can receive the therapy they need.
Manzo has Sickle Cell Anemia which caused a dangerously high fever, stroke and several seizures which led to a coma causing brain damage. He is now forever wheelchair bound.
We provided for his new special needs
and increased his quality of life.
How we were able to help Ashley and
Trish Bailey ...
Donations helped to purchase an affordable vehicle, including insurance and gas gift cards, in order to allow her mom to get a better job and take Ashley to therapy appointments. We were also able to purchase an adaptable therapy tricycle for Ashley.
Noah has Autism, Epilepsy and Mitochondrial disease, making it difficult to communicate.
We provided him with a laptop computer and various computer software which will greatly benefit his special educational needs.