Family is everything and for a young Ohio child, suffering from a diagnosis of Severe Autism, PICA and SPD you and his very special motorcycle family the Kindred Breed can become a change agent for the 5-year-old boy and his family. According to Kindred Breed founder John Yankowski, Saturday’s Kindred Kids Run 2017 and supporting its KINDRED KID…………CHASE is an opportunity to truly celebrate good food, great friends and top the number of 126 bikes that took part in the annual nonprofit fundraiser event in 2016.
The medical problems that afflict Chase are quite serious. The 3 conditions have left 5-year-old Chase, to only become 15 months mentally developed. According to Yankowski, the young child, “must live with a limited ability being able to communicate and interact with others in a normal childhood like manner.”
In addition to his communication limitations, Chase also has many problems with processing information and at times he has been known to consume odd objects, which places additional strain and stress upon the family as it attempts to deal with assisting him.
One might ask what does a motorcycle family have to do with raising funds for children who are suffering severe medical challenges? The answer is really quite simple, and Chase and his family are just one of several opportunities the group has decided to take on as their mission as a family.
When the group decided to form in 2013 it established as its mission a clear vision to ensure that the member brothers would always be a family and never be alone. That dream that was born in Geneva, Ohio became a reality and with it a determination to take their love for riding, each other, and work on projects that could do something good for others and put it together.
This group that has at its core a Christian spirit decided to work on projects that would bring comfort and support for families, children and animals. This family of motorcycle riders have partnered with other motorcycle groups, eating and drinking establishments as well as individuals who embrace their charitable nonprofit work.
Saturday is the big day for Kindred Breed and its special Kindred Kid Chase and the exciting day of events begin at 9 am and go through to 12 am the next morning!!
The event begins at 9 am at the Rookies Sports & Grill at 6913 W 130th St, Parma Heights, Ohio 44130
6 BARS and 3 DICE………..100 miles of back road riding!!!!!!!!
ROOKIES………. BREAKFAST & REGISTRATION
SHAKERS………….STOP FOR BRUNCH
COUNTY LINE……STOP IN FOR LUNCH
IRON HORSE……..STOP IN FOR SCRUNCH
CHUGGERS ………LAST CHANCE TO ROLL
BIG DOG BAR and PATIO….. RAFFLES, BANDS, ENOUGH ROOM FOR THE ENTIRE STATE OF OHIO…….. OUT DOOR WALK AROUND DRINKING….. PRIZES…… and………………………… MEET CHASE THE STAR OF THE SHOW!!!!!!!!
GRAND PRIZE WINNER
100+ MILES OF ROAD TO COVER
American Christian Civil Rights Movement Executive Director Judi Lake is excited at the remarkable act of Christian charity the motorcycle family Kindred Breed exhibits. “We are excited and pleased to help such an outstanding group that is an excellent example of what Christian charity, compassion and caring is all about the day of the event as well as throughout the year!”
Even if you cannot attend the exciting festivities of the day, you can still help Chase by heading over to The GoFundMe page for him and support Kindred Breed’s effort to truly make this a ‘Summer of God’ for Chase and his family.