Frequently asked questions
What is GOC about?
GOC serves as a public service organization. We exist to educate the public about child abuse, and create a safer environment for abused and neglected children.
Who can join the organization?
Anyone who shares the same passions to make a difference in a child's life, with the exception of passing a background check first.
What experience does one need to be a member?
None, only the desire to commit to our cause.
Do you have to own a motorcycle to join?
What if you want to be part of the organization but not a member?
We do use at times the help of individuals and non members on a case by case basis for selective events and this is always approved by the President first.
How long does a new member have to wait in order to get patched?
All members are required to go through a 6 to 18 month support period prior to being eligible for a patch.
Will I be able to join in all the events, even if I am just a supporter?
Yes, as long as you have successfully passed a background check first.
Are all events mandatory?
Only events declared by the President as such are mandatory.
Who do i need to speak to about joining?
For membership information, contact the President or another board member of the chapter.
Does this Organization get together just to hang out and go for rides?
This organization is here solely for mentoring and supporting children that are of the GOC family. Occasionally we may get together for a fun ride.
Who would i need to speak with about giving a donation?
Donations can be made on our Donation page via PayPal, or mailed to the address on the contact page. Other arrangements can be made by contacting the Chapter President: firstname.lastname@example.org or to the Treasurer at email@example.com
Is GOC a 501 c (3) organization?
Yes, we are a charitable organization with a 501c(3) status.
Where does the money go to that is donated and raised for this organization?
All the money is used to benifit the children that are directly involved with GOC and used to educate the public about all types of child abuse.
Who do I speak to about having your organization visit and speak at my facility, church, Children's home, PTA, etc...?
You can contact the President of the Chapter in your area.
What if I want to start a Chapter in my area?
Contact the Chapter Development or the Ambassador on the National Page.