With this month being breast cancer awareness month, I would like you to meet a good friend of mine Jeremy Johnson of Muttin Cycles.
I had the opportunity to meet Jeremy back in February, during Daytona Bike Week. I was coming out of the Limpnickie Lot trailer and notice a motorcycle that was far from ordinary. Right away, I could tell that this bike was a tribute bike and waited patiently to meet it’s owner. After hearing his story, I knew I had to help this man.
Jeremy created the motorcycle in honor of his mother, Cathy, who lost her battle to breast cancer. He would like to raise enough money to help women in need, with or with out insurance. Recently he helped a woman in need of ac, but couldn’t afford to get it fix due to lack of funds.
I have created his blog and help him get the word out. I am proud to be apart of this great foundation. If you could spare a few dollars, be donate here.
Please help by spreading the word!
Cathy’s Help is reaching out to those in need.
Founded by Jeremy Johnson of Muttin Cycles, Cathy's Help is a foundation that was started to help women battling breast cancer. He started this foundation after the loss of his mother to a long fight with breast cancer. While everyone is trying to help find a cure, Jeremy wants to help the women that are struggling today. The money raised through this foundation will go to help assist individual women in any way possible (groceries, bills, transportation, co-payments, etc.). Your generous donations will help in any area that we can service these women affected by breast cancer. The foundation is supported solely by donations from people he meets at motorcycle events and shows. Every dollar that comes in goes right back to where it belongs, to the women in need. Through Muttin Cycles, Jeremy has created a blog, http://muttincycles.blogspot.com/, that records and posts
every donation made and where the money goes. Please take a moment and read Jeremy’s plight at http://muttincycles.blogspot.com/p/donate.html .
Jeremy and Cathy’s Help appreciate any help that you can offer.
If you are in Daytona for Biketoberfest, please stop by the Stone Edge Skatepark and meet Jeremy
Thanks for your time,