HOW LONG DO NEW MEMBERS WAIT TO GET PATCHED?
Prospective members are required to go through a 1 year probationary period prior to being eligible for full patch membership.
IS GOC A 501 (C) 3 NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION?
Yes, we are a Charitable Organization with a 501 (C) 3 status.
WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO THAT IS DONATED OR RAISED BY RIO GRANDE GOC?
All money is used to benefit the children that are part of the GOC family or to help educate the public about the prevention of child abuse and to help raise child abuse awareness.
DO YOU HAVE TO HAVE A MOTORCYCLE TO JOIN?
You do not have to own one, but you do need to have access to one.
WHAT IS GOC ABOUT?
GOC serves as a public benefit organization. We exist to educate the public about child abuse, to serve as advocates, and to offer protection for victims of abuse.
HOW DO I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT BEING A PART OF THE GOC?
Complete the contact form on this website by clicking and we will get back with you. You can also call Moose (505)907-3593 for more information.
WHO WOULD I NEED TO SPEAK TO ABOUT GIVING A DONATION?
Questions about donations should be addressed to our . Or click on the Pay Pal link to donate directly to Rio Grande GOC.
WHO CAN JOIN THE ORGANIZATION?
Anyone who shares the same passions to make a difference in the life of a child, with the exception of passing a background check first.
Rio Grande Chapter
WILL I BE ABLE TO JOIN ALL EVENTS, EVEN IF I AM JUST A SUPPORTER?
Yes, as long as you have successfully passed a background check first.
WHAT IF I WANT TO START A CHAPTER IN MY AREA?
Contact Chapter Development or the National Ambassador on the