LA motorcycle groups drop off Christmas donations to Rose Again

Members of a motorcycle group in the Los Angeles area deliver toys and other items for children to the Rose Again Foundation in Temecula, Sunday, Nov. 29. Rose Again Foundation is a nonprofit that helps meet the needs for foster children. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
According to Jeremy Sauvao, the delivery of Christmas gifts for foster children to Rose Again Foundation is the culmination of a bigger purpose. Roughly 20 members of Los Angeles area motorcycle groups with their families driving moving vans and cars rumbled into a Temecula neighborhood Sunday, Nov. 29, to deliver the gifts to the home of the nonprofit’s CEO. “It’s two different cultures – Samoan and Tongan. So we’re trying to push a positive vibe between the two cultures and get them riding together,” Sauvao said. “We call it a Poly (Polynesian) movement. So, that started and then we wanted to start doing something for the kids. “We all ride, and it’s time-consuming, but our families come first. We just started looking for positive things to do for the kids,”
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