Biker charity visit home of abused child - KLFY News 10

Biker charity visit home of abused child

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The Bikers Against Child Abuse visited the home of an abused child Saturday in Opelousas.

It's called an empowerment run. The Bikers Against Child Abuse organization's mission is to empower children to not be afraid in the world in which they live.

Formed in 1995, the Bikers Against Child Abuse have been advocates for children all across the nation. The families of children they help show much appreciation to the bikers.

The bikers charity goes far beyond the time they spend with the child during the empowerment run. Even after all the hugs and laughter, the bikers still have one sole purpose.

The Bikers Against Child Abuse have already made four empowerment runs today and they plan to get right back at it starting next weekend.

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