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Riding for a Cause: Axemen Indy Motorcycle Club Supports IFD and Related Organizations

By Dane Nutty
Published February 17, 2020

The Axemen Motorcycle Club was founded in the Detroit metro area in March 1998 by 12 founding members. This established the first club of it’s type to be exclusively comprised of firefighters - both current and retired members of the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF). The Axemen nation has now grown to comprise 33 chapters in 16 states across the nation. Even with that expansion, the Axemen nation has continued to pride itself on living by its motto “Quality over Quantity.”


The Indy Public Safety Foundation is proud to support the Indianapolis chapter of the Axemen Motorcycle Club. Our local chapter raises money for important causes such as IFD’s Peer Support program, Hoosier Burn Camp, Riley Hospital for Children and more. Axemen MC honors and supports firefighters in need and supports firefighter wellness

If you are not a member of the Axemen MC, but would like to support this cause, please click here to make a contribution through IPSF’s secure donation portal. Please include “Axemen MC Indy” in the comments field.

If you are a member of Axemen MC and would like to make your annual donation, please use the form below. Please note, you have the option of making the donation annually, quarterly or monthly. Simply select the corresponding dollar amount, check the “Show my support by making this a recurring donation” button and select the matching frequency along with a start date. Donations will be made according to the dollar amount and frequency selected until you request cancellation by emailing dane@indypsf.org.

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