Over the past 15 years, the FrontRunnerz have organized and participated in the following charity events and memorial rides:


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1. Graduating High School Junior or Senior

2. GPA: 2.75 or above

3. Already accepted to an accredited college/university/technical school

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  • Meals on Wheels (Annually)
  • Policeman Memorial Ride (Annually)
  • Save the babies (Annually)
  • Fallen Officer Memorial Ride sponsored by Sprint and America’s Most Wanted
  • CEO Vernon Jones Halloween Charity Ride
  • Officer St. James Memorial Ride
  • American Hero Ride
  • Metro Atlanta Bikers Coalition (Charity Picnic) Finding organization (annual event)
  • Motor Cycle Safety Conference (Annually)
  • Public Relation Officer Conference (Annually)
  • Men of Distinction Charity event  (Annually Twice a year)
  • Back to school fundraiser ( Annually)
  • Halloween Night of treats @ The Gallery @ South Dekalb Mall (Annually)
  • Martin Luther King Parade (Annually)
  • Thanksgiving Adopt a family drive (Annually 4 to 10 families)
  • Christmas Adopt a family drive (Annually 4 to 10 families)
  • Annual FrontRunnerz free picnic and softball tournament
  • Breast Cancer fundraiser (Annually)
  • And many others escorted and non escorted rides for a cause
  • Career day (Various schools)
  • Assist various families and clubs in their time of need (Annually)
  • Bring Neeka Home reward fundraiser
  • Monthly feed the hungry activity (Determined on a monthly basis)
  • Participate in several Elderly home activities (Annually)
  • Took the Lead with Franklin Baptist Church in New Orleans at the Public relations Officers’ Convention to bring the bikers together National while participating in Community Service.
  • Started the Junior FrontRunnerz in 2007. (our youth group)
  • The Renaldo “SAINT” St’ James Scholarship fund Ride (Annually)
  • Hosea Feed the Hungry Memorial Ride
  • Ride for Lupus
  • Various donations to families of fallen riders and to fallen riders
  • Stand for Kids charity walk (Commissioner Larry Johnson)