Motorcyclists ride in with toy run to benefit Cleveland Clinic pediatrics

CLEVELAND (WJW) – More than 100 motorbikes rolled through town today to raise funds and donate toys for children’s units at Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital.

Riders arrive at the hospital around 1:30pm

Community West Foundation, Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital and Rock-In-Roll City Harley-Davidson hosted the event.

The Community West Foundation’s mission is to promote the health and well-being of communities. NS
employees and the Board of Directors are guided by the words of Matthew 25:35-40: “Because I was hungry and you gave
give me something to eat, i’m thirsty and you give me something to drink, i’m a stranger and you invited me
in, i needed clothes and you dressed me, i was sick and you took care of me, i was in prison and you came
Come visit me… Really I tell you, whatever you did for one of my youngest brothers and sisters, you did.
give me.”

Multiple police departments were also present to assist with the event: Beachwood police, Fairview Park police, Cleveland police, Bratenhal police, Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department, Lorain County Sheriff’s Department and Rocky River police.

For more information, contact the Community West Foundation at 440-360-7370 or click here. | Motorcyclists ride in with toy run to benefit Cleveland Clinic pediatrics

Huynh Nguyen

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