Having loved ones who are on the autism spectrum inspired Vasquez and Paul to create the fundraiser to better educate people on autism and explain the importance education has for children on the spectrum
Most Wanted Lights it Up Blue for Autism Fundraiser
Members of Bronx Most Wanted, GFBSD and Devils in Disguise Motorcycle Clubs came out to lend their support.
The second annual Most Wanted Lights it Up Blue for Autism Fundraiser was held on Friday, April 26 at McDermott’s Pub. Event co-hosts Mark Vasquez, Most Wanted Motorcycle Club Bronx Chapter president, and his friend John Paul, God’s Family Brothers Sisters Dedication president and co-founder, chose to hold the fundraiser to support local schools who provide education and services to children and their families with autism.
A customized hat supporting autism awareness.
A Certificate of Appreciation was presented to Deebo_The_Plug (2nd from r), who donated a bike for the raffle, by (l-r) John Paul, GFBSD president and co-founder; Mark Vasquez, Bronx Most Wanted Motorcycle Club president and Gutta, Bronx Most Wanted Motorcycle Club vice president.
Event co-hosts Mark Vasquez; Crispin Vasquez, Bronx Most Wanted Motorcycle Club and John Paul with Bronx Most Wanted Motorcycle Club’s Bear, Gutta and Mroso.
(l-r) Bound By Honor Motorcycle Club’s Vybe, Mumbles and TRUCKER showed their support at the fundraiser.
McDermott’s manager Dee (r) with event co-hosts Mark Vasquez (l) and John Paul.
Posted 12:00 am, May 10, 2019