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There is a lot of time work and effort when you are trying to put a charity motorcycle run together. I speak from experience when saying this. I have a motorcycle run called Rattlesnake’s Run for Autism, and we have been doing it for 5 years now, I took it over when my father died in 2011, everything we raise goes to Autism Society the Heartland. From there they use the money we raise to send autistic children to camp that their parents would not have been able to otherwise. The key to a good motorcycle run is putting together a good committee, having a good cause, and having several different fundraising options to promote your cause. When you are getting started putting your motorcycle run together you need to think about what cause you would like to raise money or awareness for. Then you need to find a trustworthy group of people who are just as passionate about the cause as you are. For my motorcycle run my committee consists of my family and a couple of close friends of my fathers. Our cause is for autism which is very close to all of our hearts because we have family that are effected with autism and some very close friends with autistic children. Once you have your cause figured out if there is an organization for your cause that you want to donate to, you then needs to get in contact with them. When you get in contact with them they are usually very supportive or your event, the Autism Society Heartland has always been very supportive of our run and even lets us present the check to them at one of their fundraisers. There are many different things you need to work on at your committee meeting, like your fundraising options, getting sponsors, where you want to go for your rout, and get your flyer set up. For your rout the best places to stop are bars, this is how you keep the most people on your run. We normally have 5 stops, and then you have to get the bars on board. T-shirts and bracelets are also good ways to help raise

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