TILLMAN COUNTY FOOD BANK FACTS
In 2021 the Food Bank served 172, 713 meals
They receive NO federal, state or local funding
It is 100% donation funded
The food bank is a 501c3 organization with 100% of their funds provided by individuals, churches, funeral memorials, event rentals and fundraisers.
The Johnn D. Memorial Grub Run is the food bank's largest fundraiser.
Oklahoma is the 4th hungriest state in the nation
15% of Oklahomans in the Regional Food Bank's service area live in poverty ( between 135% - 185% of the federal poverty line)
1 in 4 children faces hunger daily in Oklahoma
Nearly 60% of Oklahoma school children participate in the National School Lunch Program for free and reduced priced school meals
Tillman County is the 4th poorest county in the state
1,110 Tillman County residents live with hunger
$1 provides FOUR meals
$20 per Driver
$5 per Rider
Wristband for cookout
5 raffle tickets per Driver
Cook Out Only
(Presentation of Colors, Blessing of the bikes and
First Bike Out
Last Bike Out
Cook Out & Door Prizes
(must be present to win)
Tillman County Food Bank
Elmer General Store
Hop N Sack
Park at 3rd & Jefferson
Tillman County Food Bank
DOOR PRIZE TICKETS
5 at Check In
Earn More Tickets
5 for registering online
Every $10 dollars of additional donation
Every $10 dollars spent at sponsor sites during the ride
(receipts must be presented)
My Daddy, John Morton, was an avid motorcycle rider who could often be heard and seen riding his Indian Chieftain through southwest Oklahoma with the #CWCrew. The Tillman County Food Bank provides services that he felt passionate about supporting.
We chose March because by then most of the holiday donations received at the food bank have been depleted, making it difficult for them to service the hungry. And March 27th was Daddy's birthday.
The route chosen for the ride was Daddy's favorite route through southwest Oklahoma which includes The Wildlife Refuge and other rural scenic routes. All proceeds go directly to the Tillman County Food Bank. to assist them in continuing to service the hungry in southwest Oklahoma.
Our inaugural ride in 2020 found us having to postpone until June 6th due to the pandemic. Riders were ready to ride by then! We were honored to have 37 bikes and 5 cars with a total of 47 participants. Through their generosity we raised enough to provide 5,000 meals for the food bank.
The 2nd Annual ride was held March 27, 2021. We had 52 bikes and 6 cars with a total of 72 participants. We met our goal of providing 10,000 meals.
Our 3rd Annual Ride on March 26th, 2022, we had 39 bikes and 8 cars for a total of 73 participants with a goal of 20,000 meals. Their generosity provided 38,000 meals, which was nearly double our goal!
This is a family friendly ride open to ALLSTREET LEGAL vehicles.
We strongly encourage the community that isn't riding to join us for the afternoon cookout. You will have a great time hearing about the day's ride while enjoying a meal and winning door prizes!
Remember ALL STREET LEGAL Vehicles Welcome!!
See the fun...
Don't miss out!!!
Jim Jon, Johnny D, Carter Oaks, Jim McNeir, John Hudson, Joe Garza, Billy Garza & Johnny Garza (Left to Right). Not pictured: Johnny Rodriguez