Black and Red Motorcycle Club holds clothing, food drive for Salvation Army

A group of bikers set up an event to give back to the community Saturday. The Black and Red Motorcycle Club organized a drive to

The Black and Red Motorcycle Club organized a drive to benefit both LI Cares and The Salvation Army.

The Black and Red Motorcycle Club organized a drive to benefit both LI Cares and The Salvation Army. (12/15/13)

BALDWIN - A group of bikers set up an event to give back to the community Saturday.

The Black and Red Motorcycle Club organized a drive to benefit both LI Cares and The Salvation Army.

Mark Tamas from the Salvation Army says their warehouse is empty and running on a day-to-day basis with a limited clothing supply. He says donations like the ones made from the Black and Red Motorcycle Club is a huge help.

The Black and Red Motorcycle Club says it plans on holding more clothing and food drives in the future.

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