Motorcylists Ride To Raise Money For Child Abuse Victims
Dozens of motorcycle riders showed up at Gainesville Harley-Davidson and Buell for the second annual child abuse poker run.
The event raises money for the child advocacy center in Gainesville, which helps child abuse victims in Alachua County.
Sunday's motorcycle run is in honor of 22-month-old Kaedyn Short, who was killed almost one year ago.
Kaedyn's grandmother said the overwhelming support from the community makes her a little emotional.
Last year's event raised over $1,000, and organizers said they are hoping to triple that this year.
- Bikers Raise Money for Theater Victim's Family
- UF STUDENTS RAISE MONEY FOR RAPE VICTIM
- Child charged in bus fight rides same bus again
- Double Arm Amputee Triathlete Raising Money for Baby
- North Central Florida Abuse Crisis Programs Get Thousands in Stimulus Money
- Gainesville Duck Derby Raises Money For Children's Support Agencies
- Bicyclist Hit By Drunk Driver Out of Hospital, Fellow Cyclists Raise Money for Her Recovery
- Town raises money for Cedar Key Prom
- 2-Bits Golf Tournament Raises Money For Sideline Athletes
- Levy County Sheriff's Office Promotes Gun Safety, Raises Money