Proud Few Motorcycle Club
Proud Few Annual Fund Raiser
May 25, 2019
The Proud Few Motorcycle Club hosted our Annual Fund Raiser on May 25th, 2019 @ 1:00 PM. The location was the American Legion Post 290 at 1204 American Legion Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22405. We had lots of great barbecue, an authentic Louisiana crawfish boil, music, and raffles for multiple prizes door prizes.
We appreciate everyone that came out to this popular event. This year all proceeds for this event were donated to the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund - http://semperfifund.org/
Proud Few attends Sgt Mac Wreath Laying at QNC
December 01, 2018
On 1 Dec 2018, a detachment of Proud Few MC brothers and their guests attended the annual Sgt Mac Wreath Laying at Quantico National Cemetery. The foundation was started by the parents of Sgt Eric McColley, a fine young Marine NCO who was killed on February 17, 2006. Every year, the foundation buys truckloads of Christmas wreaths to lay them on the headstones in honor of the fallen.
Annual Beirut Memorial Run
October 21, 2017
The Proud Few Motorcycle Club participated in an annual run to the Beirut Memorial in Jacksonville, NC. Brother amassed from the four corners of the east coast into the Camp Lejeune area for the ride to the Memorial then onward to Brother Mules for a little business and lots of food/drink.
Proud Few MC Presents Donation to Semper Fi Fund
April 05, 2013
On April 5th, 2013 the Proud Few Motorcycle Club presented the Semper Fi Fund with a check for $4,700.00 that was raised during the annual fundraiser, which was held on March 23rd.
Support the Semper Fi Fund
January 01, 2020
The Semper Fi Fund was created by a group of Marine Corps spouses nine years ago, and those same women run the Fund today alongside other spouses from all services branches, retired service members, all of whom intimately know the needs of our military families and provides financial assistance to wounded Marines and their families while they recover. Since establishing the Semper Fi Fund in 2004, we've issued more than 90,000 grants, totaling more than $106 million in assistance to over 13,700 of our heroes and their families.