Homeless Veterans Bike Ride

By: Demetria McClenton Email
By: Demetria McClenton Email

A local group supports homeless veterans with a bike ride fundraiser.
The Untouchables Motorcycle Club, along with Habitat for Humanity, and the city of Dothan, have partnered together to build a home for homeless veterans.
The Untouchables hope to raise $34,000 to cover the cost of the home.
The city of Dothan has donated land for the future site, but the group hopes to generate more funds from the 10-mile bike ride.
"The Untouchables, the city of Dothan and officials...all feel that one homeless vet is one to many," says Sheila Larue, Public Relations Officer-Untouchables Motorcycle Club.
If you weren't able to make it to the bike ride today, there are still other ways you can contribute.
The group is hosting another fundraiser tonight at the 12-20 Lounge.

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  • by August Location: San Francisco on Jun 21, 2010 at 06:47 AM
    Habitat for Humanity DOES NOT provide housing for homeless veterans, and NEVER WILL!
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