The Old Bastards Vintage Motorcycle Club~OBVMC is a Registered Non-Profit Corporation and our members love not only motorcycles, but they like helping others. Over the past 3 years, Club members have donated over $36,000.00 to 15 different local food banks, 7 Hospitals, Boys & Girls Clubs, Women’s Shelters and Musical Instrument Lending Libraries. We have supported our communities by hosting breakfasts in their restaurants, participating in Santa Claus parades and giving back whenever we see a need.
Participation in our communities is an important part of who we are whether it is by supporting local businesses or making the donations. Members of the Old Bastards Vintage Motorcycle Club like to help out.
Covid-19 has presented all of us with challenges that needed to be overcome. Thanks to financial contributions by our Club members our Treasure Sherri Pearce managed to distribute via Canada Post, donations of $500.00 to each of 7 different community organizations including Loaves and Fishes Brockville, The Table Community Food Centre in Perth, Delta Food Bank in Delta, Hospice Renfrew in Renfrew, Portland Food Bank in Portland, Gananoque Food Bank in Gananoque and Dawn House in Kingston..
Old Bastards Vintage Motorcycle Club members, Jay Barrette, with his 2002 Voluza, and Peter Grant, with his 2017 Honda Rebel, stopped by today to donate $313 to the Almonte General Hospital Fairview Manor Foundation . The 300 active members are busy all year long at charity rides, show & shines events to support several charities. We are so appreciative of their support and for choosing the foundation as a recipient.
Thank you so much to OBVMC for your generous donation to The Employment + Education Centre Homeward Bound Brockville scholarship fund ! Thank you for helping us to create pathways to opportunity for single moms and their children. It was wonderful to learn about the many ways your club supports our community ! Thank you !
OBVMC members Peter Grant, Jay Barrette and Bruce Reid presented a donation to Denise Herbert at the Lanark food bank on July 31-19 in Carlton Place. It should be noted that Peter limped on his bike with a nail sticking out and leaking air he picked up in the parking lot of Tim's on his way to the food bank.
OBVMC President Lincoln Pearce, Bryan Moss and Terry Kelly club VPs, along with club members participate in community events.