The Nam Knights of America Lehigh Valley Chapter rode to the Northampton Area Community College to support the Criminal Justice Club and their support of local First Responders. A donation was made to the Criminal Justice Club in support of the club.

The Criminal Justice Club would like to invite you to our First Responders’ Day event. We are bringing in local Police, Fire and EMS to interact with members of the college and the community to foster positive interaction and relationship with our First Responders. These departments will showcase their tools and equipment for the public to see and interact with and there will be live demonstrations.

he Nam Knights of America Lehigh Valley Chapter welcomes home athletes of the Special Olympics from competition. A donation was also made to the Special Olympics of the Lehigh Valley in support their ongoing training and competitions.

The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-around sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.

All training and competition opportunities are provided free of charge to the athletes and their families, enabling everyone to experience the benefits of Special Olympics that extend well beyond the playing field.

Special Olympics of the Lehigh Valley

The Nam Knights of America, Lehigh Valley Chapter makes a donation to Victory House of the Lehigh Valley in support of the homeless shelter.

Victory House is a not-for-profit organization committed to addressing the challenges faced by men and veterans in their transition from homelessness. They are provided shelter services and supportive resources to move toward independence in the community. Our work is an expression of our personal faith, hope, and compassion.

Victory House continues to be the leader in providing shelter and support for transitional males in the Lehigh Valley. Our services include emergency shelter, transitional housing, case management, and supportive services, leading and encouraging residents in their pursuit of independent living.

Victory House of the Lehigh Valley

The Nam Knights of America Lehigh Valley Chapter along with the Leatherneck Nation, Bikers Against Bullies, Latin America Motorcycle Assoc., and Bikers Against Cop Killers rode to support all of the athelets in the 6th annual Mikayla’s Voice Tri for Inclusion.

Mikayla’s Voice Tri for Inclusion is much more than a race. It is a priceless opportunity for all kids and young adults, and an important message for our entire community.

Every year, on a Saturday late in June no one in the Lehigh Valley is left on the sidelines. Kids of all abilities compete side-by-side and together in something they had likely not dreamed possible or ever planned to do and show our entire community that there is always a way to include everyone in everything.

Tri for Inclusion

he Nam Knights of America Lehigh Valley Chapter went to Northern Lehigh Middle School to participate with students in their 22 Pushup Challenge in which the students raised $1,918. The 22 Pushup Challenge began several years ago as a means to raise awareness for the 22 military veterans who take their own lives each day on average. The students pounded out their 22 push-ups and then some. The teachers used the activity to raise awareness about veterans issues.

The students planned to donate the money to the Nam Knights of America Motorcycle Club, Lehigh Valley Chapter. But rather than accept the donation, Herzog said the organization agreed to match all dollar amounts raised by the students to be donated to a veterans’ group. Jana Spess and service dog Luke from Tails of Valor Paws, were on hand to accept the combined donation. The program is dedicated to providing rehabilitation through nonmedicinal therapies with service canines to veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and physical disabilities.

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