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Mission Statement

We are motorcycle riders and supporters that come together as a family to ride and share our love and values. Our family is made out of Respect: in which it is earned. Happiness: in which we carry others with us through the tough times to come out in the end with a smile. Loyalty: to ourselves, friends, family, and the community around us. We pride ourselves on being trustworthy and dedicated on helping our community. Our main aim is to help families and children in need and expand what we can do for the people around us.

 
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 "OLDEST AND COLDEST"

SPRINGFIELD'S "SUPER HERO" CHRISTMAS PARADE

On December 2nd 2017, Oregon Riders Society presented “The Springfield Christmas Parade Miracle” which was a 65 year local tradition and that had been previously cancelled by another nonprofit. With little time to plan and fundraise, ORS was able to hold a record setting event in both participation and attendance. ORS will continue to present “The Springfield Christmas Parade” but simply cannot do this without sponsorship.

On Saturday, December 4th 2021, Oregon Riders Society will be presenting the 69th Annual Springfield Christmas Parade, also known as Oregon’s “Oldest and Coldest” Parade. This is the 5th year to which ORS has been able to make a huge impact on children and families located in Lane County. Within the few last years, ORS has been able to help dozens of children and families to which were in despite need of assistance. ORS has also expanded into Douglas County and has plans to continue charity work throughout the state of Oregon.

The intention of this letter is to ask Local Business for a charitable donation to help fund parade related expenses as well as supporting the ORS mission. All proceeds from all ORS events go towards fulfilling the needs of children and families in Oregon to which cannot receive other assistance. Any donations or contributions given by Local Business will be greatly appreciated by both ORS, and the children and families in need who seek assistance. Feel free to contact us should you be able to donate, or if there are any questions or concerns.

 

LANE COUNTY TOY-TOBER

Oakridge Distrubution

 
 

Douglas County Back to Summer Drive

 
 
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ANDY'S ANNUAL FREEDOM RIDE!

Oregon Riders Society put on a successful ride September 11, 2021 to raise funds for an incredible young man named Andy Helmer who was injured during an accident while being a typical kid, causing him to be paralyzed. We started out at Willamette Harley Davidson in Eugene, Oregon and ended at River Forks Park in Roseburg, Oregon. Many people donated on Andy’s behalf, won some awesome door prizes, ate some delicious food and got to meet Andy! We even had a visit from Spiderman! All proceeds went to the medical treatment of Andy Helmer. We couldn’t have done it without the help of local businesses and our communities’ support! And because of all of YOUR INCREDIBLE support- we helped give Andy a little more movement in his arms and the doctor expects to see continued improvement. Andy will continue to see his doctor and seek treatment and will most definitely need future help- but for now, THANK YOU for making this event so successful and helping this amazing young man move again!!! Shout out and thank you again to the following businesses Willamette Harley Davidson, Cradar Enterprises INC, Oregon Tool & Supply, DR Johnson, Brooks Communications, Roseburg Honda, Alanson Randall, Guido Concrete, Umpqua Sand & Gravel, Day & Night Electric, Backside Brewery, Hogg Brothers, Shirtcliff Oil, SOCO Coffee, Bigfoot Beverages, Ray’s Myrtle creek, Rays Canyonville, Grocery Outlet Roseburg, Douglas County Co op, Eric Thoreson Insurance Agency LLC, Rebel Black Beard, Independent Ink, Napa Tools, Melrose Wineyard, Abby’s Pizza Winston, Hole in the Wall BBQ.