Our Mission Statement
U.B.A.K.A. (URBAN BULLDOGS AGAINST KID ABUSE) is a non-profit biker organization who advocates against child abuse. We are devoted to the principals of the fundamental rights of the abused child.
UBAKA exists to provide help, comfort, safety, and support to children who have been sexually, physically, and psychologically abused. We show support by organizing events where revenue is raised to assist these children.
The organization is also designed to promote activities and establish close relations between bikers to give, through association, a positive image of motorcycle owners.
We are a friendly, family orientated organization who likes to share our passion for motorcycles and develop a mutual common goal to assist the abused child.
We do this by organising events and rides to raise the funding required to assist the needs of the children.
We possess the ability to create relationships within the community affiliation with other likeminded biker groups. UBAKA is devoted to bring together members who have a common interest in the promotion of activities cited in the introduction to register the same basic principles of the parent organization. All of our chapters throughout the United States, Europe, Canada and Australia share the same compassion to protect our children and provide a barrier between them and the harm that threatens them.
We will battle the epidemic of “child abuse” and continue to be supportive and fight for those who cannot fight for themselves.
We come from all walks of life, unified by a common goal to support those affected by the crime, and to raise awareness about the problem.
Our wish is to support abused children. Not sick children, not sad children, not lonely children… abused children. That is our mission.