Motorcycle Relief Project Receives Q2 Donation at BMW MOA Rally

Director of Veteran Relations, CSM(R) Michael King, presented a generous Q2 donation on behalf of United Veteran Benefits Agency to the Motorcycle Relief Project recently at the BMW Motorcycle Owners of America Rally in Springfield, Missouri. The $2,500 donation is intended to further the efforts of MRP and their mission to help Veterans and First Responders. Motorcycle Relief Project is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization helping Veterans and First Responders who suffer from PTSD and other related issues by providing structured, week-long adventure motorcycle relief rides.



Pictured above from left: Martin Sohlberg, SFC, USA Ret, Chairman of the MRP Board; Michael King, CSM, USA Ret, Director of Veteran Relations for United Veteran Benefits Agency; Mike Bobbitt, CMSgt, USAF Ret, President MRP.


The MRP Relief Rides are 5-day adventure motorcycle tours, specifically designed to provide relief to veterans and first responders with PTSD and related issues. Rides include a combination of on-road and moderate off-road riding. Participants must have at least a year of current experience riding motorcycles, but no previous off-road experience is required.


If you are a Veteran or First Responder and are interested in learning more about how you may participate in a relief ride, visit https://www.motorelief.org/ or to help support the MRP mission visit: https://www.motorelief.org/donate




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