704-529-2949 info@gocmooresvillenc.com    501c (3) organization

Q: What is the GOC about?
A: God serves as a public benefit organization. We list to educate the public about child abuse, and create a safer environment for abused and neglected children.

Q: Who can join the organization?
A: Anyone who shares the same passions to make a difference in a child’s life. All applicants must pass a background check.

Q: What experience does one need to be a member?
A: None. Only the desire to commit to our cause.

Q: Do you have to won a motorcycle to join?
A: You do not have to own one, but you do need to have access to one.

Q: What if you want to be a part of the organization, but not really a member?
A: We do use the help of individuals who are not members on a case by case basis for selective events and this is always approved by the president.

Q: Will I be able to join in all the events, even if I am just a supporter?
A: Yes, as long as you have successfully passed a background check first.

Q: How long does a new member have to wait in order to get patched?
A: All members are required to go through a one-year probationary period prior to being eligible for a patch.

Q: Are all events mandatory?
A: Only events declared by the president as such are mandatory.

Q: Who do I need to speak with about joining?
A: The Sergeant at Arms of the chapter or membership coordinator

Q: Does this organization get together just to hang out or go for rides?
A: 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.

Q: Who would I need to speak with regarding a donation?
A: Donations should be forwarded to the treasurer of the chapter or you can donate here.

Q: Is GOC a 501c (3) organization?
A: Yes

Q: Where does the money donated and raised go?
A: All money is used to benefit the children that are directly of the GOC Family and used to educate the public about prevention of child abuse.

Q: Who do I speak with about having your organization visit and speak at my facility, church, children's home, PTA, etc?
A: You can contact the president directly.

Q: What if I want to start a chapter in my area?
A: Contact the Chapter Development or the Ambassador on the National Page.

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