The Annual BEARS Bike Drive! Get Ready guys, we are now fundraising for 2018!

What is this all about you ask?

The Doo-Wah Riders participate every year in The Doris Davies Memorial Bicycle Giveaway every year! The event is hosted by the non-profit "Benefit Everyone, Assist Recreation and Sports", or BEARS. Additional support comes from the Victorville Parks and Recreation Department and various other entities. We also rely on the generosity of our loyal fans and audiences nation-wide. It takes a village right?
Your $50 donation will help us to provide a bicycle for either a boy or girl. Last year (2017), with your help, we were able to donate over 300  bicycles to children at risk. Our goal for this year is 375 bikes! PLEASE help us reach this goal. Any donation in any amount is greatly appreciated.
The Doo-Wah Riders began our fundraising campaign on May 25, 2018 as we performed at the San Bernardino County Fair. We will continue to raise funds from now on, everywhere we go, we will ask our audiences to donate to this worthy cause. It doesn't matter if we're in South Dakota or Northern Wyoming, The Doo-Wahs are dedicated to another successful year of fundraising in 2018 for the kids. Just seeing the look on those tiny faces when they get a new bicycle, many for the first time, makes it all worth while.
Our fundraising season culminates with the Annual Doris Davies Christmas Bike Drive at The Cowboy Palace in Chatsworth, CA. The Doo-Wahs would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to all who supported the drive in 2017. From Texas to Montana, Idaho to San Diego, we received such tremendous financial support from everyone. Thank You! And as we say in show business, it's time to do it again.
Mail checks to:

The Doo-Wah Riders / BEARS
4640 Vantage Ave.
Valley Village, CA   91607

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