(505) 336-1553 or (505) 596-1828

Don’t Let Your Silence
Drown Out Their Cries

We provided assistance and protection for abused children in Albuquerque, NM and surrounding areas.

Portrait of Guardians of the Children volunteers Rio Grande, New Mexico

Who are the Guardians of the Children?

We are a nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization comprised of motorcycle enthusiasts that help children between the ages of 0-17 overcome child abuse by adopting them into our family as “Little Guardians.”

Members of the Guardian of the Children (GOC) provide protection and support to the child by escorting them to court and attending school and social events to prove them a safe environment to be themselves.

Our goal is to help the child regain their confidence, strength, and joy.

How We Serve The Community

Testimonials

I have had the pleasure to team up with the Guardians of the Children over the past 7 years at various community events. GOC impacts the children in our community by invoking change in the lives of those children who have been abused and neglected. They give a voice to those who have been silenced and protect those who cannot protect themselves. They definitely live up to their motto “when a child calls, we ride”. I am honored to know and work with the GOC on their continued efforts to protect our most vulnerable children.
Laura J Chavez
Crimes Against Children Coordinator
Albuquerque Police Department
We have been so proud to support the Guardians Of the Children Rio Grande Chapter since the founding of our law firm. We stand behind the Guardians as they do the difficult and invaluable work of protecting our community’s most vulnerable children, who have endured the most heinous of crimes. The Guardians do this heart-wrenching work without hesitation and with the utmost devotion. We consider ourselves fortunate to count the Guardians as our friends, and our community is fortunate that they have our backs.
Heather Hansen and Eva Blazejewski
New Mexico Biker Lawyer

HELP US HELP THEM

We are a Non-Profit 501(c)(3), 100% volunteer organization that’s

sole purpose is to help a child become a Victor not a Victim.

FAQs

The GOC, a non-profit motorcycle organization, serves as a public benefit organization. We exist to educate the public about child abuse, to serve as advocates to children and families in crisis, and to offer protection and support for victims of abuse with an active criminal case.

Yes, we are a Charitable Organization with a 501(c)(3) status.
Complete the contact form on this website by clicking here and we will get back with you.  You can also call or text the Membership Coordinator “SCATR” (575) 693-9689 for more information.

Our Treasurer or any other officer can answer your specific questions about donating.

There are many ways to donate, i.e., Apple Pay, Zelle, Venmo, PayPal, gift registries, check and grants. Click “Donate” to see further details to donate directly to the Rio Grande GOC

Anyone who shares the same passion to make a difference in the life of a child! Background checks are performed on all applicants to ensure the safety of our protected children.
All money is used to benefit the children that are supported by the GOC or to help educate the public about the prevention of child abuse and to help raise child abuse awareness.
No, you do not need to own a motorcycle to join. If you want to progress to higher levels within the organization you will be required to own one or have access to one.” We’re a motorcycle organization. “When a child calls, we ride!
Yes, as long as you have successfully passed a background check first.
Prospective members are required to go through at least a 1-year probationary period prior to being eligible for full patch membership.
Contact Chapter Development or the National Ambassador on the GOC NATIONAL WEBSITE

How you donations help

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