3rd Annual Red Dragons Toy Drive - The Leather Journal

3rd Annual Red Dragons Toy Drive

Red Dragons 3rd annual Toy drive Nov. 10, 2012 at ThresholdThe Red Dragons have been the primary driving force behind one of the most successful charity Toy Drives in SoCal, in partnership with Kinky Klaus.  They are about to hold their 3rd Annual Toy Drive, which collects and distributes toys to the children of our servicemen and women in the armed forces.  In 2011, the Red Dragons were granted the exciting privilege of riding the toys onto the Marine Base at Camp Pendleton to present the truckloads of donations directly to the children, and this year they have secured that honor once again.  The Red Dragons BDSM Toy Auction will take place on November 10, 2012 at THRESHOLD in North Hollywood, and all donations and money raised from the live auction will be used to purchase toys for the children of our servicemen and women at Camp Pendleton.

The Red Dragons have been recognized by a number of local organizations, including winning the TSR Network Community Service Award (2011) and numerous nominations for Southland Honors as the Organization of the Year.  They are a longtime NCSF coalition Partner, and routinely support and hold fundraisers for that organization.  The Red Dragons sponsor the Boot Black Lounge at Southwest Leather Conference to show their support for the protocols of Leather, and can be counted on to support such events on an ongoing basis.  They also stand in support of the SoCal Leather Woman contest and event, where they volunteer and sponsor both the event and the title holders throughout the year.

Red Dragons Riding Club LogoRecently, in an effort to become even more involved in the Leather Community and to further the goals and mission of Leather, the Red Dragons have begun to attend LALC meetings with an eye to joining the organization.

The Red Dragons ride so they can bring the thunder of comradeship, loyalty and service to the BDSM/Leather community, and they embrace all genders and orientations within their organization.  To learn more about this organization, please contact Andrew Sir at .