Many families have been impacted financially by the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. So, this year, the Special Forces Brotherhood MC (SFBMC) Pineland took it upon themselves to help children in its area. SFBMC provided over 60 presents for over 15 children in the Moore County area of North Carolina near Fort Bragg. The local paper said that SFBMC’s synchronized motorcycle cavalcade, with the riders carrying more than 60 wrapped gifts on their packs, was a sight to behold.

The group’s destination was Anytime Fitness Pinehurst, which will be the presents’ temporary home until Christmas Day.

The SFBMC Pineland often searches for ways to get involved in the local community and assist Special Forces brothers and their families in need of help or any that have suffered losses.

Anytime Fitness and SFBMC Member Gabe saw that the angel tree inside his gym had over 150 gift requests and collectively decided to put his motorcycle club to work on chipping in to help brighten the holidays of some Moore County residents this year. SFBMC did no fundraising or toy drive. Its members personally donated the gifts to help kids locally.