South Jersey Bikers Are Helping Kids Stand Up To Their Bullies
There are bikers all across America, who at a first glance may seem intimidating, but deep down, have a heart bigger than most.
Which is why one of them threw a spark and started a fire with an organization called Bikers Against Bullies USA (BAB USA). It's a national not-for-profit organization created by bikers (but not limited to bikers) to raise awareness and empower the community to fight the terrible effects of bullying on young people through education, community outreach and fundraising across communities around the country.
We have bikers right here in South Jersey, like Vice President Clay Gallagher, who patrol the streets against bullying and are happy to help any kid being bullied in school. They are willing to ride the student or escort them into school; Which they believe will in turn, help other students reconsider bullying that student or others once they see them with the Bikers.
Members strive to create a society in which our mutual respect will create a new role model for others, and through our actions enable others to have the confidence to emulate this behavior and reiterate its positive message to others.
In which case, these bikers believe our children deserve to be safe, to be empowered and to live their lives without fear.
Through fundraising, money raised by BAB USA at any event is used to fund child-oriented charities; both locally and nationally.
If you or someone you know is being bullied here in South Jersey, please contact President Glenn Mullary or reach out via Facebook! Someone is there to help.