What We Do:
Besides our monthly Chapter Meeting & Ride, and our Monthly Chapter Activity, we enjoy getting together, often in smaller groups, to ride, eat out, party, or just hang out and enjoy each other's company. We also participate in many charity rides and events throughout the year, including Toys for Tots, Camp Quality Poker Run, Ride to Ride Out Cancer, Easter Bunny Rides for charity, rides to benefit Crusade for Children, Bikers Against Child Abuse, and many more...
The Louisville Chrome Divas support many different charities, organizations, and good causes including, but not limited to:
Bullitt Central High School ROTC~
We collect plastic bottle tops for the ROTC program, who in turn gives them to a program that melts them down to make children's playground equipment.
Kentucky Humane Society & Louisville Metro Animal Services~
We collect and donate used medicine bottles and plastic grocery bags for their use as needed.
Ronald McDonald House- Louisville, Ky.~
We collect and donate aluminum can tabs that help supplement housing for families whose children are hospitalized for medical treatments.
Love Transformation Project~
We collect and donate clothing and travel size toiletries that are given to homeless and needful persons of the community.
Ride to Ride Out Cancer~
We regularly participate in, and donate raffle baskets for fundraising rides and events throughout the year that benefit local cancer patients and their families.
Jefferson County Child Protective Services~
We collect and/or purchase and donate new coats for the children served by JCCPS.
Center for Women & Families, Louisville, Ky.~
We collect and donate used cell phones for women who are victims of domestic abuse.
The Kentucky Lions Eye Foundation- Lions Clubs of Kentucky~
We collect and donate used prescription eyeglasses for individuals in need.
Bikers Against Child Abuse, BACA- Derby City Chapter~
We collect and donate new or gently used leather and denim vests that are presented to the children that BACA serves. One of the many things BACA does once an abused child is assigned to them, is give the child a vest with a BACA patch sewn on the back and a patch sewn on the front, bearing the child's own road name, which the child gets to choose. This is done in an effort to assure and empower the child, knowing that they are now a part of a family of badass bikers who will always have their backs.
The Healing Place~Women's Campus, Louisville, Ky.~
The Healing Place provides food, shelter, clothing, and recovery from addiction services at no cost to the client. We collect and donate clothing for these women.