Non-Profits

Bikes, Blues & BBQ Gives Back to the Community.

Rally with a Purpose.

From the very beginning, the founders of Bikes, Blues & BBQ realized that although the three festival components of the rally — bikes, blues and barbeque — would be enough to put on a great event, so much more was possible. They wanted to hold Bikes, Blues & BBQ to a higher standard and give it a greater purpose.

With that in mind they designated Bikes, Blues & BBQ as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to supporting local non-profits with funds raised during the rally.

To learn more about the organizations supported by Bikes, Blues & BBQ, click on the links or contact them at their mailing addresses. Please also keep these worthwhile causes in mind for your own charitable giving.

Information about BBB Supported Charities.

Since 2000, Bikes, Blues & BBQ has generated over $1,300,000 for local non-profits. Among these are such diverse groups as the Sequoyah Kiwannis, the Fayetteville Lions Club, the Fayetteville High School Band Boosters, and Boy Scout Troop 122.

In 2015, these were the non-profits that received direct donations from the rally:

Area Agency on Aging

Arkansas Support Network

Big Brothers & Big Sisters of NWA

Camp Alliance

Childcare Aware

Children’s Safety Center

Community Creative Center

Cooperative Emergency Outreach

Fayetteville Boys & Girls Club

Fayetteville Public Education Foundation

Fayetteville Youth Wrestling

Feed Communities

Habitat for Humanity

Havenwood

Jackson Graves Foundation

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Life Styles Inc.

M and N Augustine Foundation

NWA Free Health Center

Northwest Arkansas Rape Crisis Center

Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter

Open Avenues

Ozark Literacy Council

Pagnozzi Charities

Peace at Home Shelter

Planned Parenthood

Restoration Village

Sheriff Ralph Baker Memorial Scholarship Fund

Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Northwest Arkansas

Teen Action and Support Center

Washington County 4-H Foundation

Winslow Community Meals

Youth Bridge

Yvonne Richardson Center