Iron Trinity riders, Stevie B’s host toy drive to benefit Wareham’s Turning Point

Dec 16, 2018

The South Shore Iron Trinity Motorcycle Club and Stevie B’s in Onset came together to collect toys for kids in need this holiday season.

Club members ended the toy drive on Dec. 8 at Stevie B’s. Hundreds of toys were donated to Wareham-based Turning Point for the nonprofit’s annual drive. Turning Point provides services to homeless, near homeless and many others in need in Wareham and several surrounding towns.

Brianna Beranger of Stevie B’s said the riders have held the drive over the past few years.

“The Iron Trinity Motorcycle Club is a wonderful club who assist so many,” she said. “They work with ‘Under the Tree foundation of Dorchester’ and many other charitable causes.”

Beranger noted members from other motorcycle clubs donated toys, including the American Rebels MC and Fire & Iron Station 32 Cape Cod.

“Stevie B’s and Iron Trinity Motorcycle Club are so grateful to everyone who reached out with a generous hand to help those in need of a hand this holiday season,” said Beranger.