Motorcycle rally to help 5-year-old boy | Events
Motorcyclists from across the state will be able to get out and enjoy the fall weather while helping a 5-year-old boy fight for his life.
Nathan Butler is just like most 5-year-olds in the state but has had a hard few months after receiving a devastating diagnosis.
Butler was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma in May of this year.
So far, he has gone through six rounds of chemotherapy and will be required to stay at OU Children's Hospital to undergo a stem-cell transplant.
Stephanie Butler said, "Nathan has fought hard. Anything that will help him continue his fight would mean a lot to us. He is our little superhero."
Even with health insurance, the expenses of these treatments are too much for the family's finances.
Friends have teamed up and organized a fundraiser to help the family pay for the ongoing treatments.
The Billygoat Moto Cult motorcycle club will be hosting a fundraiser for Nathan on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Guests can enjoy a bike show, food, silent auction, inflatables and children's activities throughout the day.
Registration for the bike show is $10 per vehicle.
Admission is free for visitors.
To register for the show, call the club at (405) 474-4122.
If you are unable to attend but would still like to help Nathan, donations will be accepted at all Bank of Oklahoma locations under the "Nathan Butler Fund."
The club is located at 13505 Railway Dr. in Oklahoma City.