We sure did have a successful event! With your generosity, donations we were able to raise $2,214.82 to give to The Milo Foundation. Not only did we raise funds for this very important non-profit, we were able to bring awareness to adoption, rescue and sanctuary. SEVERAL puppies were adopted due to this event.
Thank you to our wonderful volunteers, we could not have accomplished such a day without your help!
Thank you to those who supported the cause with monetary and raffle donations.
We hope that you remember to "Adopt, Don't Shop" for your next fur baby.
Very special thank you to 107.7 The Bone for their presence, radio time and generous contributions which helped raise more money though our raffle.
Special shout out to 107/7 The Bone for supporting our event and even mentioning us on their website. We're grateful for your contribution!
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It's our annual brown bag lunch project and this year we're going to help the homeless community in Oakland. We welcome volunteers and donations!
We're asking for:
-Personal care items
We'll be passing out the bag lunches on June 25th between 11am and 12pm at Broadway and 7th, then heading to Born to Win MC's first anniversary party! Join us for both!
See you then!
Happy New Year! Thank you for being a part of our journey and for making 2016 phenomenal!
Our casino night anniversary party was a success. Thanks to Peacemaker MC for graciously opening their awesome clubhouse to us again, thanks to our family and friends who helped us make the event possible, to our many sponsors, and to our supporters who came to party with us. Your contributions helped a displaced family in need!
Xtreme Vixens MC adopted a family that had lost their home and all their belongings in a house fire last Summer. Your contributions allowed us to donate more than we could have asked for to the family and for that we're truly grateful. We learned about the family through our affiliation with an organization called, Loving You Back to Life in the Peninsula, a Facebook group full of loving and giving people who offer their items for free rather than charging. It's a wonderful concept that we can give and receive from one another without judgement. We thank organizer Angelina for the opportunity to participate and help, especially the day of LYBTL Peninsula's First Annual Christmas Event! What a fantastic time!
We also would like to thank Luck E for the opportunity to spread Christmas cheer to the patients of the Way of the Elders. Many thanks to Howie for your presence as our Santa Claus. It was a day we'll never forget.
Thank you again and we look forward to making more memories and helping more people in 2017!
Join us this month for our next Brown Bag Lunch Blitz!
We ask that each participant makes paper bag lunches to distribute to the needy. You can make as many as you like. The ladies and I are planning to make 20 lunches or so each.
If you're interested, please contact us for date, time and location.
See you there!
Many thanks to Over The Fog for inviting XVMC to participate in this year's Asian American Cultural Festival!
We had a fantastic time meeting new people and having the opportunity to share our organization's mission with the community! We definitely look forward to next year's festival!
This fun event was made possible by the amazing efforts of Over the Fog's Founder and CEO, Melody Gawliu and her staff. Like Over the Fog on Facebook and see all the awesome things they're doing in the community!
"Through the events and activities organized by Over the Fog, we hope that we're able to help people get out of the fog when it comes to understanding and appreciating all aspects of Asian American culture."
SF local, Lisa Wilson started a project called, The Brown Bag Lunch Project. It is her personal mission to feed one needy person a week. We were moved by her efforts that we wanted to contribute to the cause and help as many people as we could.
On Sunday, February 23rd, we visited San Francisco and fed 65 people at the Civic Center. We met lots of wonderful people. Many shared their stories with us and talked of their struggles. Many also thought it was the coolest thing that we are a group of motorcycle riding girls. lol!
While it was great that we were able to brighten some people's day, we recognize there are many people out there who are homeless. It is our goal to do the Brown Bag Lunch Project on a larger scale. We plan to do this every other month. The more people who participate, the more people we can feed! We welcome anyone who'd like to join us to support the cause! Please let us know if you're interested!
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