Our Frequently Asked Questions
What does your organization do?
Our organization works to create a biblical brotherhood that strives to impact the community through physical and spiritual support. We use motorcycles as a tool to attrach men who share a common interest. This common interest of motorcycles provides us an oppurtunity to minister, teach, support, and encourage other men. The BONE Motorcycle Ministry works to preserve families and marriages through extensive programs and services. For a more detailed list of our activities, check out Programs-Services.
How can I get involved?
There are many ways to get involved with our organization. From donating money, volunteering your time, to committing to membership, you can take part in this ministry. For more information about how you can join, help, or contribute please
If I donate money, how will it be used?
The BONE Motorcycle Ministry is a nonprofit charitiable corporation, listed as a 501(c)(3) organization with the IRS. Any and all donations are used solely for the stated mission and purpose of this ministry. All work is done completely by volunteers, meaning that all proceeds and donations are used to further the lives of others. If you are interested in learning more check out
How do I become a member?
Becoming a member in the BONE Motorcycle Ministry is truly an amazing opportunity, rewarding experience, and great responsibility. Information pertaining to eligibility and requirements for membership can be found on the
Membership page. This page further explains the path to membership in the BONE Motorcycle Ministry.
Are you affiliated with or partnered with another organization?
The BONE Motorcycle Ministry is an independent charitable organization. As a ministry, we sometimes affiliate and work in conjunction with churches, other non-profits, and government; however, we are not a subordinate organization. This means that we are free to fulfill our mission and goal without interference from a parent organization. In other words, no outside organization or group has the ability to influence our financial decisions or detract from our stated mission!
Are you a motorcycle club?
No. We are nonprofit motorcycle ministry. That being said, we do ride motorcycles together as a way to attrach and reach men. Using motorcycles, we work to minister to those in need, regarless of the situation or circumstance.