Pink And Husband Carey Hart Own A Motorcycle Veteran Charity
Singer Pink and her husband Carey Hart have a passion for giving back to those who have served our country. Carey runs the charity motorcycle ride known as Good Ride Rally, which raises money for veterans in a variety of ways by combining the couple’s love of motorcycles with their desire to give back to veterans.
According to the website, “Good Ride is a motorcycle charity ride that focuses on what motorcycles are all about – getting out on the open road with your friends and checking out new destinations – all for good causes. Good Ride is a 501(c)(3) charity that was started by freestyle motocross rider turned street bike builder and hooligan racer, Carey Hart, [and] focuses on key charities close to Carey’s heart.”
Pink and Carey Hart give back to veterans with motorcycle charity
The website continues, “The intention of Good Ride is to give back while doing what he loves to do – ride motorcycles! We are proud to continue our work with Infinite Hero, a military charity that gives back 100%. Proceeds from our Good Ride rallies will go directly to helping veterans in need.”
In the past, the couple has hosted an online fundraising event called Tanks for Troops to raise money for the Infinite Hero Foundation. Their daughter, Willow, even got in on the giving! She created a tank that was sold, and all of the proceeds went to our veterans.
Pink explained why her husband’s charity is so close to her heart. She said, “My entire family is military and mostly veterans, and no one gives back like veterans do. I’ve been doing car washes every weekend since I was 3 years old [and] a homeless dinner on Thanksgiving. The comradery is amazing. The support is amazing.”
She continued, “At the end of the day, it’s not political. These are the people that are sacrificing time with their children and time with their families to defend freedom of speech and freedom in general, and in their minds, it’s always for the right reason.”
If you are interested in learning more or donating to the cause, visit Good Ride’s website. You can also learn more about the Good Ride Rally in the video below.
This story originally appeared at Do You Remember by Lauren Novak.