On April 12, the Iron Order Motorcycle Club, Krome Khaos Chapter out of Washington, sponsored a benefit ride for Eli Veale, the 3-year-old son of Brian and Jessica Veale. Eli has had several heart surgeries and multiple strokes and has undergone countless hours of therapy.
The ride was around 90 miles and included a very special stop at the Petersburg Little League field where a benefit softball tournament for another child, Gage Nossett, was going on. Gage is the son of Adam and Tiffany Nossett, and is currently undergoing treatment for an inoperable brain tumor.
Spectators and players were sure surprised when over 60 bikers road into the parking lot unexpectedly. Gage and his parents greeted the bikers, where the Krome Khaos Chapter presented them with a check. Then what happen next suprised all, as all the other Iron Order MC Brothers and Maidens pulled money out of their own pockets and started handing Gage’s parents money.
One Brother, wearing leather with Iron Order Patches, tattoos up and down his arms and rings on each finger was heard saying, “It is so great to be able to help two families in one day.”
The Iron Order MC and Krome Khaos Chapter was able to raise and donate over $1,500 which helped both families that day.