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Failure is not and WILL NOT be an option. You will have your own building when all is done.
Jazy looking bikes! Riders, as cool as 'lowriders' But obviously, they are also brave Highriders!!!
What a very active and veteran rich group. Thank you for giving us physical outlets. Please donate to this group so they can keep the bikes up and running for our veterans!
I know Peter personally hes a great guy ! ANd does alot for our veterans in Vegas !
The FNG team, Kelley & Peter, are FNG Great! They care so much & give so much!
Saving veteran lives one trike ride at a time - Veterans saving veterans
Lee Pudemonhuchin Gilford
These veterans keep their boots laced up tight, so I will always have the opportunity to #getoutthedamnhouse
Forgotten Not Gone is a truly wonderful organization dedicated to both the physical and mental fitness of our nation's Veterans.
Kelley and Peter take action to eliminate Veteran Suicide they don't just talk about it.
I love the Forgotten Not Gone Team! These folks are fun, caring and motivating. Were it not for them, I would not be getting out and having fun, and that is a damn shame. It doesn't matter the day or time, I know if I called them and told them I needed them or wanted to ride, they would be there for me. <3My goal aside from myself, is to get the information out to the Vegas area Vets and let them know #FNG is here for them. It is great for Vets who are having a hard time doing things with their families or need a group they can hang out with. The bikes fit about any size and age. The electronic assist enables almost anyone to ride along. Spread the word #SupportVets
Alicia Michelle Smith-Hunter
I just recently found out about your charity.. I personally have never served but am the Daughter of a Vietnam airforce Vet. Had uncles and aunts who served in other branches at the time , and Currently have a brother in the national guard. Your organization is doing amazing things ! Thank you thank you for ALL you have done ! <3
Thank you, my family has been extremely fortunate, 2 brothers in Marines, 1 in Army, 2 cousins served in Army, 1 during Vietnam, and 2 nephews in Army, 1 did 2 tours Iraq, this country has many who served, and are currently active, Wars usually result from politics, and they are usually the same people who make life difficult for returning vets, with combat stress, and need medical attention, with their budgets, we have enough money to pay contractors for war, but little to assist a vet, and there families, thank god for America, to demonstrate a sense of concern, and many independent organizations are available today.