SHARING WITH THOSE IN NEED THROUGH COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

image16

Please help the children and elderly in our area have a good Christmas

Your generous donation will fund our mission.

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

Stay in Touch

Sign up to hear from us about future car/bike shows, bike charity runs, and fundraisers.

About Us

Our Team

image22

  

Our amazing team of volunteers consisting of the Ramblin' Gamblers RC, their associates, family, and friends are committed to helping others. Our volunteers participate in fundraising events throughout the year that include car shows, charity motorcycle rides, shopping and wrapping for the kids, all capped by delivering as a team a better Christmas to children and the elderly in the Tarrant County and surrounding areas. 

Our History

image23

When Randy was 16 years old, he started helping his dad deliver Christmas presents to needy children.  As the years passed, Randy would put on the Santa suit himself. He loved doing this. Meeting the children and seeing their smiles was his favorite part. As Randy grew older, he continued the tradition with the Ramblin' Gamblers Riding Club. On June 11,2011, Randy was hit and killed by a drunk driver. That year our toy delivery changed. It was dedicated to him and called "The Randy Carter Memorial Christmas Ride". The Ramblin' Gamblers started working year round fundraising for kids. We have been able to serve many families every year with the help of our great community support.  In November of 2018, the Randy Carter Foundation was founded. Since each year there seems to be more and more children in need, this foundation allows us to serve more of them.


Our Goals

image24

Our goal is to expand our contributions throughout  Tarrant County and beyond. Our first step in the  expansion was creating the 501C3. This allows for more contributions through various business and private donations. It also makes it possible to seek grants. This web page is another way to make more people aware of our mission. With this awareness and the generous support  from our community, business, and friends we will able to serve more children and elderly.