A gathering of more than 50 bikers in northeastern Indiana ventured in to help with they discovered a neighborhood 6th grade study was experiencing difficulty with bullying.
Tammy Mick is the mother of Dekalb Middle School Student Phil Mick. She was exceptionally worried about her child’s issues with bullying. She says it was so terrible he revealed to her he considered suicide. She talked with Brent Warfield of KDZ Motorcycle Sales and Service about it, and Warfield instantly ventured in to offer assistance.
Warfield is the chief of United Motorcycle Enthusiasts, and he revealed to FOX59 he’s been facilitating philanthropy rides for a considerable length of time. He’s been attempting to bring issues to light about bullying and adolescent suicide, so he chose to sort out an uncommon ride for Phil on his first day of center school.
He posted the data on Facebook only a couple of days beforehand, and he got a mind blowing reaction.
More than 50 bikers met with Phil and his family for breakfast before his first day of school. Some bikers even went from over an hour away. They asked with Phil before they all escorted him to class. Warfield said the school was exceptionally inviting of the thought, and Phil was extremely amped up for a new begin.