US Military Veterans Motorcycle Club IN8
Wreaths Across America is proud to partner with nonprofits and veteran service organizations across the United States in supporting our nation’s heroes and thanking them for their service. Through our fundraising group efforts, WAA stimulates other charitable funds by returning $5 of every $15 wreath sponsorship raised. In doing so, we “do good twice,” recognizing the commitment made by VSOs and other nonprofits to support WAA by directly giving back to their missions in turn.
Glendel Coble recently shared his story about his Wreaths Across America Fundraising Group, US Military Veterans MC IN8. The Columbus, Indiana club is a chapter of the national organization US Military Veterans Motorcycle Club Inc., which strives to:
provide a club for military veterans which offers brotherhood and an opportunity to establish relationships with other military veterans who have served in the defense of the United States of America; to establish and support a strong sense of pride in having served in active military service, and to improve the image of military veterans and bikers to the general public.
The band of brothers and bikers truly understands the value of the WAA mission – Remember, Honor, and Teach – and works to support that purpose not only through the sponsorship of wreaths for the Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Madison, IN, but also through charity events and rides throughout the year.
“[These events] are great opportunities to share camaraderie with men and women they served with,” noted Glendel. The club and its yearly events are a place to consistently encounter the values and meaningful relationships active-duty military often discover when they serve: loyalty, duty, and sacrifice - values we at Wreaths Across America believe in as well.
Glendel Coble and US Military Veterans MC IN8, we thank you for all you do for Wreaths Across America and your community.
You can hear more of this story and from other Fundraising Groups throughout Giving in July on the Morning Show with Michael W. Hale on Wreaths Across America Radio weekdays from 6 to 10 AM eastern.