Funds were raised at sixth annual Ride For The Heroes to benefit wounded veterans and families of fallen heroes.
October 6, 2015.  The Rotary Club of Central Bucks presented financial grants totaling more than $35,000 to six local organizations that assist wounded veterans and families of fallen heroes. The presentation took place on Tuesday, October 6, at the Plumsteadville Inn, 5902 Easton Rd, Plumsteadville, Pa.

The organizations selected to receive grants were: Bucks County Department of Veterans Affairs; Delaware Valley Stand Down; Gold Star Mothers; Operation Homefront; Travis Manion Foundation and Vets for Vets. Representatives from each organization will be on hand for the grant presentation.
The funds were raised by the Rotary Club of Central Bucks at their sixth annual Ride For The Heroes, held on Sunday, June 7, 2015. 690 motorcycle riders joined together for this year’s police-escorted ride led by Steve Cantrell, former Marine, current teacher and coach at Delaware Valley University, who rode the motorcycle of fallen hero Travis Manion. Cantrell and Manion met at the U.S. Naval Academy and served in Iraq together before Manion made the ultimate sacrifice in 2007 while in service to his country.
The ride traveled from the Garden of Reflection in Lower Makefield, Pa., to the FOP Picnic Grove in Bedminster Township, Pa., where guests and riders enjoyed a picnic lunch.  For the first time this year, community members were offered a special opportunity to honor a service member who is on active duty, retired or deceased, through a donation of $50.00. All veteran recognitions were announced at the Garden of Reflection before the ride commenced.