Eternal Brothers Motorcycle Club supports Niagara Hospiceby jmaloni
The Eternal Brothers Motorcycle Club stopped by Niagara Hospice recently to donate proceeds from its recent motorcycle run and basket auction to benefit Niagara Hospice patients and their families. The club hosted the Elizabeth Forgione-Bondi Annual Motorcycle Run & Basket Auction Aug. 3, with dozens of bikers and their families attending to help raise funds for Niagara Hospice's work.
The group has hosted the event several times over the past few years and has collectively raised more than $10,000 for Niagara Hospice.
"The Eternal Brothers Motorcycle Club has been so supportive of Niagara Hospice's work, we can't thank them enough," said Brendan McIntyre, Niagara Hospice Alliance director of development. "It's humbling to work for an organization that has such strong community support."
Information about the club's next motorcycle run will be posted on Niagara Hospice's events page at www.NiagaraHospice.org as soon as it becomes available.
Niagara Hospice served more than 900 families last year and 21,000-plus Niagara County residents since 1988. Hospice is specialized care for the terminally ill. For more information, call Niagara Hospice at 716-439-4417 or visit www.NiagaraHospice.org.
Pictured, from left, are Eternal Brothers Motorcycle Club Secretary Dan Rinker, Vice President Bill Ferro, Shirley M. Hauck and Treasurer Chris Bondi.