“Charity begins at home, but should not end there.” (Proverb)

ASM is a 501(c)3 organization that is dedicated to reducing injures and fatalities to motorcyclist’s through education. In order to grow as an organization and keep the price of classes low we depend upon donations and fundraisers to assist us. Donations can come by way of cash (check or credit card), donated items, attending one of our fundraisers or by signing up for simple programs that cost you nothing but help us like igive.com. Read on for ways to help. One of the best ways you can help us is by becoming a Road Guardian Member.

 

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Would you like to volunteer your time and talent to help reduce motorcycle fatalities?
Email info@accidentscene.org to find out how!


ASM’s wish list: donate items instructors need to teach

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Would you like to volunteer your time and talent to help reduce motorcycle fatalities?
Email info@accidentscene.org to find out how!


Be a Supporter!
Your tax-deductible gifts to Accident Scene Management, Inc. will help promote education of motorcyclists and Emergency Medical Personnel and instructors.
Donate needed items!
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Thanks to our donors

Your gifts, no matter the amount, are all greatly appreciated. ASM is operated by private donations & fundraisers. The following donors have contributed to ASM. Any omissions or errors in the donor listings were unintentional. The staff and Board of ASM wish to apologize if there is any error and ask that you contact them at (877) 411-8551 or info@accidentscene.org so the situation can be rectified. Thank you.

 

Donors of 25,000.00 or more

These donors have demonstrated their dedication to helping educate Motorcyclists how to respond to the first 5-20 minutes of a motorcycle crash in a way that would lead to reduced injuries and fatalities. These giving levels are based on the donors’ cumulative total since ASM was established in 1996. These donors are recognized at ASM annual awards presentation and in all ASM literature.

Hupy & Abraham, S.C. – Milwaukee, WI
Women In Motion – Big Bend, WI
Jerry & Kathy Wiener – Sioux City, SD
Allstate Motorcycle Insurance

Donors of $5000 or more

Below is a list of all donors who contributed a gift of cash or in-kind of $5000.
These donors are recognized in the year they gave at ASM annual awards presentation.
ABATE of Wisconsin – Black River Falls, WI
West Bend Mutual Insurance Co. – West Bend, WI
George Prescott – West Bend, WI
St. Croix Harley Davidson – New Richmond, WI
Wisconsin D.O.T. BOTS – Madison, WI
MSF – NAMS – Irvine, CA
Tommy G. Thompson – Madison, WI

Donors of $1000.00 or more

Below is a list of all donors who contributed a gift of cash or in-kind of $1000 or more.
These donors are recognized in the year they gave at ASM annual awards presentation.
Miller Brewing Co. – Milwaukee, WI
Signs & Lines by Stretch – Waukesha, WI
Polaris Web Design – Rhinelander, WI
Safety Or Survival – Waukesha, WI
Wilwert’s Harley Davidson – Dubuque, IA
Capital City Harley Davidson – Madison, WI
Stock’s Harley Davidson – Manitowoc, WI
Hal’s Harley Davidson – New Berlin, WI
Wisconsin Health & Hospital Association – Madison, WI
Bala’s Harley Davidson – Mauston, WI
Doc’s Harley Davidson – Bonduel, WI
West Bend Harley Davidson – West Bend, WI
LaCrosse Harley Davidson – LaCrosse, WI
Lake of the Torches Resort & Casino – Lac Du Flambeau, WI
Wisconsin Harley Davidson – Oconomowoc, WI
Sentry Insurance – Stevens Point, WI
Steve & Kathy Piojda – Waterford, WI
Steve Wetter – Oconomowoc, WI
KMC Dry Riders – New Berlin, WI
McDonald’s – Wisconsin
Lacie Shook, Attorney – Wisconsin
Phillip Herndon – Georgia
Reel Brothers Harley Davidson – Mauston, WI
Vandervest Harley Davidson – Green Bay, WI

Donors of $500.00 or more

Below is a list of all donors who contributed a gift of cash or in-kind of $500.00.
These donors are recognized in the year they gave at ASM annual awards presentation.
Milwaukee Harley Davidson – Milwaukee, WI
Wausau Harley Davidson – Wausau, WI
Kutter Harley Davidson – Janesville, WI & Monroe, WI
Vandervest Harley Davidson – Peshtigo, WI
Pik’s Pub – Tomahawk, WI
Avis Tomazevic – Oshkosh, WI
Sasquatch
WCTC MSF Program – Pewaukee, WI
Galena Harley Davidson – Galena, IL
Sauk Prairie Harley Davidson – Prairie Du Sac, WI
Kocurek Motors – Wausau, WI
Motorcycle Rider’s Depot – Schofield, WI
The Office Bar – Schofield, WI

Donors of $100.00 or more

The following people have donated $100.00 or more to ASM through a cash donation or in-kind gift.
Nightsaver Inn – LaCrosse, WI
Wausau Art & Framing – Wausau, WI
Bell Helmets
Dave Tomasino – Mequon, WI
Durham Harley Davidson – Durham, NC
Rock River Harley Owner’s Group
Blue Knights, Ch V – Central, WI
Independent Motorcyclist’s Organization – Wisc. Rapids, WI
Northern Lights Harley Davidson – Minocqua, WI
Insurance Services – Stevens Point, WI
Plover Lion’s Club – Plover, WI
Northern Cruisers WOW – Sheboygan, WI
Red Head Gadgets – Michigan
Tim Tomman – Wisconsin

NOTE: If you would prefer not to be listed here or if you would like further information on the ASM Donor Recognition Program or Planned Giving Opportunities, please contact ASM at (877) 411-8551 or info@accidentscene.org.

 


ASM’s Contributor’s Guide
Cumulative Recognition Opportunities

This is a description of the giving levels. Through this system, we are able to recognize your financial contribution by saying “Thank You” in a public way.

The recognition program is based on the accumulated lifetime total contributions of our donors. The donor’s gifts are tracked throughout the years to achieve these giving levels. This program is made up of eight accumulated giving levels.

At all eight levels of the Donor Recognition Program you can receive the following donor benefits:
• An appreciation card or letter to recognize your gift
• A Color Certificate of Appreciation
• An Engraved Plaque
• Free passes to ASM’s annual recognition Dinner
• Recognition in ASM literature and at ASM events
• Free class taught by the Founder
Donations In Memory of — You can take the opportunity to memorialize a friend or loved one through a gift to ASM. These gifts of the heart are a special way of paying tribute to someone very special to you, as well as a way to help the future of motorcycling.
Donations In Honor of . . . You can show your respect to a special person or event with an “In Honor” gift to ASM. What a great way to honor someone or something important to you and still make a gift to help motorcyclists.
Gifts In Kind — Gifts in Kind are non cash gifts of goods or services. These gifts may include used or new motorcycles, full face helmets, LCD presenters, laptops, slide screens, printing services, etc. Gifts In Kind are tax-deductible and will be recognized at their appropriate level within the ASM Donor Recognition Program.

ASM appreciates every contribution, regardless of size. We hope that you will consider financially supporting us this year.
Interested in obtaining more information on making a contribution? Contact us at the address below
To find out more about ASM’s programs, download a brochure or call to have info sent.
E-mail: info@accidentscene.org  or http://accidentscene.org
Phone (877) 411-8551 – toll free

Accident Scene Management, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization devoted to the reduction of injuries and fatalities of Motorcyclists through first response education. All gifts to the ASM are tax deductible. Federal Tax ID. #39-1956579

If you are not interested in membership but wish to support our efforts to reduce injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists by making a tax deductible donation:

 

 


Wish List
ASM instructors are in need of the following items to teach classes. Your tax deductible donations do not need to be new!!!!Accident Scene Management, Inc (ASM) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization devoted to reducing injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists through education.

ASM is looking for the following supplies to be donated.
A Tax deductible receipt will be sent upon receipt of the item. Please indicate value.

Full Face Helmets in good condition

Long Boards

Long Boards Straps (belt or spider type)

Cervical Immobilization Devices

Cervical Collars

Dressings (assorted)

Epi-Pen Trainers

Nitro tablets that are expired

Epi-Pens or Anakits that are expired

Boxes of latex or non-latex gloves – any size

Slide Screens

LCD Presenters

Laptop computer that will present PowerPoint with Windows 2000 or newer

CPR Mannikins that can demonstrate jaw thrust (Little Anne)

Items that can be auctioned

Motorcycles: Do not need to run but must appear complete. 175-450cc are the best size but will consider any bike.

 

 

ASM’s Road Guardian Veteran Outreach Programs

New Glory Flag Bike

New Glory Flag Bike Team

The New Glory Flag Bike (NGFB) Team’s mission is to honor and recognize the sacrifices veterans have made to defend our Nation’s freedom. By re-igniting citizen’s patriotism and pride in America , the NGFB provides a vehicle to recognize veterans for their service and contribution.

The New Glory Flag Bike Team is a veteran outreach program of Accident Scene Management’s Road Guardians. Road Guardians is a program that reduces injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists through educated responsible riding.

To donate click on logo above that is linked to the NGFBT website

 

Diamond Posse’s Mission Statement:

To give hope and encouragement to veterans who are facing challenges from having served. The Diamond Posse will help to increase awareness of the sacrifices veterans have made to defend our Nation’s freedom and provide encouragement, empowerment, and inspiration to both the military and to the American people.

The Diamond Posse is a veteran outreach program of Accident Scene Management’s Road Guardians. Road Guardians is a program that reduces injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists through educated responsible riding.

Click on the picture above to visit the Diamond Posse Website and find ways you can donate or participate in veteran outreach activities.