COMBAT VETS MOTORCYCLE ASSOCIATION® ARIZONA CHAPTER 32-7

Who are we and what do we do?

WE ARE AN ASSOCIATION OF COMBAT VETERANS FROM ALL BRANCHES OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES WHO RIDE MOTORCYCLES AS A HOBBY. OUR MISSION NOW IS TO SUPPORT AND DEFEND THOSE WHO HAVE DEFENDED OUR COUNTRY AND OUR FREEDOMS. OUR FOCUS IS TO HELP VETERAN CARE FACILITIES PROVIDE A WARM MEAL, CLOTHING, SHELTER, AND GUIDANCE, OR SIMPLY TO SAY "THANK YOU." AND "WELCOME HOME."

OUR MEMBERSHIP IS COMPRISED OF FULL MEMBERS (THOSE WITH VERIFIED COMBAT SERVICE ), SUPPORTER MEMBERS (THOSE WHO HAVE NON-COMBAT MILITARY SERVICE, AND HAVE A SINCERE DEDICATION TO HELPING VETERANS), AND AUXILIARY MEMBERS (WHO ARE THE SPOUSE, WIDOW, OR WIDOWER OF A FULL MEMBER WHO IS IN GOOD STANDING WITH THE CVMA). WE HAVE MEMBERS FROM NEARLY ALL 50 STATES AND LIVING ABROAD. MANY MEMBERS CONTINUE TO SERVE IN OUR ARMED FORCES, WITH SEVERAL SERVING IN COMBAT AREAS NOW.

WE SPONSOR AND/OR PARTICIPATE IN MANY MOTORCYCLE-RELATED CHARITY EVENTS EACH YEAR, AND AS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION, DONATE TO VARIOUS VETERAN CARE FACILITIES AND VETERAN CHARITIES.

 

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Colorado River Combat Vets Motorcycle Association® Donates to Veteran Causes

 

         The Colorado River Chapter of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association® (CVMA® 32-7) continues to support local organizations that are committed to serving veterans and their families in the tri-state area.  This month, thanks to the generous support of the community, CVMA® 32-7 distributed several donations to local charities.

         The Chapter was pleased to present to Pat and Casey Farrell, representing the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council, a check for $10,000.  The JAVC continues its excellent work with Mohave County veterans, especially those who find themselves homeless.

         After learning that the Las Vegas Fisher House provided lodging, food, and a kind hand to more than 1500 tri-state area veteran and military families with loved ones in the Las Vegas VA Hospital over the last few years, Chapter 32-7 rode to Las Vegas on October 13, 2021 to present Fisher House manager, Stephanie Jo Wheeler, a $3,000 donation.

         On October 7th, several members paid a visit to the Veterans in Motion band practice at the Suddenlink Community Center, where Directors Bob and Nancy Dorn accepted 32-7's donation of $1,000.  The Dorn's enthusiasm in helping veterans through music and dance is infectious.  32-7 is proud to be a part of the work they are doing in our community.

         Chapter 32-7 was also a proud sponsor of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, providing $1,000 plus, many hours of organizational assistance for the arrival and support of The Wall That Heals.

        Over the last couple of years CVMA® 32-7 and the Tri-State Military Moms have developed a cooperative relationship, collaborating on the needs of both active-duty men and women and veterans. The Chapter was encouraged to hear the outreach they continue to have in the community and was pleased to present them with a check for $500.

        The Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association® is an organization of combat veterans from all branches of the US Military who ride motorcycles as a hobby.  Their mission is to support and defend those who have defended our country and our freedoms.  Their motto is "Vets Helping Vets".  To all their tri-state brothers and sisters they say, "thank you" and "welcome home". Chapter 32-7 is a 501(c)(19) charitable institution.  cvma32-7.org

"If you'd like to help us improve the lives of veterans right here in Mohave county, please consider donating below. We appreciate any amount you can give as it helps us purchase necessary food, supplies or repairs to veterans and their homes that otherwise don't have the ability or mobility to do it themselves. Thanks in advance." - George Mocabee, AZ 32-7 Chapter Commander