Here is what I was able to find that Southern 4WD Club members have been doing for Community Service.
The Georgia Bounty Runners is the main club that puts on the Mud for Blood event, but all the Atlanta area clubs get involved. This event collects blood for the Blood Bank.
At the 2007 Mud for Blood event, we donated 149 pints of usable blood. This is Life South’s Largest Donation of the year. We are Life South's largest single Donor 4 years running.
2006 was 103 pints
2005 was 98 pints
2004 was 88 pints
The Breast Cancer Jeep raffle has raised about $3,000 so far. There will be some big events coming up in August to sell even more.
The Off Camber 4WD Club held a Jennifer Scott Memorial ride that netted $7,177 this year for The March of Dimes
The RattleRock 4WD club donated $9,000 to the Toys for Tots fund in 2005.
Trail Maintenance is done in the Upper Tellico OHV trail system and averages between $50,000 to $55,000 per year. There are approxiamtely 40 miles of trails there.
We've also adopted the Beasley Knob OHV trail system in North Georgia. We typically volunteer 350 to 400 hours of work per year + the expenses. There are only 10.6 miles of trail there.
And, finally there is the Uhwarrie OHV trail system, but I was not able to collect the data for there.