Beat The HEAT Ride For Veterans On The Streets!

Sunday, June 3, 2018 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Lucies Sage & Sand Bar  [Map]

This going to benefit the Veterans homeless. 
The Veterans Outreach Center or VOC. MANA House. 

We will be getting supplies for them to stay cool and beat the heat. Waters, gatorades, clothing, ect. Raise the money, purchase the necessities and hand them out. We dont need another Veteran death, because they thought no one cared? Well we do! 

Stops are as follows and are subject to change: Everyone welcome. Bikes, cars, and trucks. 
Registration at 600 am! Leave at 830 am. 
$20.00 per solo rider and $5.00 for your passenger. 

All checks can be written out to FSG- MEMO write Homeless Vet Ride 2018. 
100% of all funds and donation items goes to supplies and such for these homeless Vets. 

Lucie's Sage & Sand Grill
13831 W Glendale Ave, Glendale, AZ 85307

Kimmyz On Greenway Rock & Roll Bar & Grill 
5930 W Greenway Rd, Glendale, AZ 85306

Connolly's Sports Grill
2605 W Carefree Hwy, Phoenix

Larry's Cocktails
20027 Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, AZ 85024

Chopper John's
2547 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016

Live music by JD Madrid, breakfast food, and a whole alot of good folks. 

100% of all proceeds will go to the Phoenix Veterans Outreach Center, MANA House

With in a two weeks time we will go downtown, and distribute the items together as a group. 

With love from our bikers, sponsors, business owners, and the community help around the valley. 

Homeless veterans have existed since the Peloponnesian War. A mental condition that many homeless veterans share is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which has also been known as shell shock, combat fatigue, and during the Civil War, it was known as Soldier's Heart. The signature wound of Middle East conflicts in the 2000s is Traumatic Brain Injury, from which many homeless combat veterans are suffering.

Estimates of how many homeless veterans there currently are on the streets of the US vary because it is difficult to conduct a census of the homeless population. HUD estimates that approximately 1,220 Arizona veterans are homeless AND WE CAN'T FIX THAT????

Contact Phone: (602) 577-9789 - Aaron

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