The motorcycle membership is a tribute to “BLADYN JAMES WAYNE VOGELS” (MAY 30, 2007 – APRIL 9, 2011) and his love for riding Motorcycles, Tricycles, Toy Rockets, Mickey Mouse Airplane, Two Wheel Bike, 6 volt 1948 Indian Chief and several other wheeled toys which resulted in the inspiration for why this Department of the Foundation was formed.

When Teresa and John’s children , Raven and Bladyn, turned 1 years old they started riding. They would sit on the front seat with their dad and go on short little rides around their cul-de-sac. It became such a treat for them that when they would hear their dad’s 1998 HD Road King coming up the road after work, they would either have their faces pressed against the front glass door, or they would be standing somewhat patiently outside by the mail box waiting for a ride. They knew that whichever one was the first to ride the last time, would be the second to ride next time. And as one would patiently (in a way only a child understands :)) wait for the other to finish, they would wait anxiously to be hoisted into position for their turn.

Since this became a regular event for John, he never noticed Bladyn (age two at this time) was paying attention as to how he was starting his bike. Also, since the garage was extremely secure, there wasn’t any reason to lock the bike either. One time after a long day at work, John decided to just park the bike in the garage and go inside to relax. After spending a length of time making something to eat and drink before going downstairs to the living room and relax, before his butt could reach the cushion the distinct sound of a starter engaging echoed throughout the house. Jumping up from his half squat, John ran out to the garage door and noticed Bladyn had climbed up the side of the bike, and while standing on the tanks he had the ignition switch turned on and was pressing the start button. John then let out a loud, “Bladyn NO!” and ran to grab him off the bike. Bladyn noticing his dad coming for him started to quickly push the start button which prompted a frequent loud grinding and occasional engaging sound. Because of this, John has since, and continues today, to lock his bike immediately after coming to the end of each ride.

After Bladyn’s passing, John couldn’t think of a better tribute than to include motorcycles into this organization. This story is touching, heartbreaking and inspirational. This organization is for lending community support to families that have lost a child/children that have lost a parent(s) and those suffering with PTSD related to this loss. 

We offer these services: * Fundraising to help pay for cemetery plots next to the child * Group support meetings * Access to Equestrian Therapy * Temporary Group Financial Support * Grief Support Group Camps 

Our services are available to: * Parents that have lost a child * Children that have lost their parent(s) * Those with confirmed PTSD related to this loss.

Our services are extremely needed and necessary, so get in touch and let’s make each day seem possible for families in need of our resources by joining the Martyred Angels Foundation. You can help us make this resource a success for families struggling without the much needed and necessary support from those that really understand. If you are interested in joining the Martyred Angels Foundation Motorcycle Membership and our mission, then get in touch with a member or reach out to us by email ([email protected]). You can also contact us through our several social media accounts. We are a 501c3 Charitable Foundation that rides “IN MEMORY OF THOSE”. Our patches are designed for parents riding in memory of their child(ren), Gold Star members, Military riding in memory of their fallen brothers/sisters and those that support our cause. We are as unique as the programs we have created for families struggling after the loss of a child(ren)/child(ren) that have lost a parent(s). Become a member today and help us MAKE A DIFFERENCE!




This program is very unique and specifically designed for families falling under the guidelines and requirements. To our knowledge there isn’t another organization in the United States with this area of experience, expertise, trained staff and resources available that we’ve created with…. We keep this program private and confidential regarding the families that get involved, with the ONLY exception being, a signed approval from a family giving us permission to promote the progress and it’s success. The best way to support these families through this program is by making a monthly tax-deductible contribution (Subscribing) through our PayPal button at the bottom of this page or becoming a member of the MAFFMA motorcycle community. If you cannot afford a monthly contribution, a one-time contribution will go a long ways as well in helping provide support for this program and operating costs. Thank you and we look forward to your continued support. 




We are proud to announce our partnership with The Paul Hummel Astronomy Club: for the grief support group camps program. This program is in a private gated setting on around 300 acres, cabins, main building with commercial kitchen and patio, entire views of Boulder – Denver and the eastern skyline, entire views of the serenity our forests have to offer and the beautiful nighttime display in our skies, observatory, archery, outdoor grills and huge fire pit, miles of trails for horse riding / hiking, men’s and women’s bathhouses and much much more. We have included this in our programs as a retreat and a part of our horse riding/therapy program so families that are struggling can have a place to go and feel comfortable about getting the support necessary from others that understand the difficulties. This is a program designed for relaxation and wonderful memories. This program is a necessary resource for these families and is made possible by your support with a one-time/monthly tax-deductible contribution through our PayPal account or becoming a member of the MAFFMA motorcycle community. Here is where you find healing and comfort. 



The main criteria for joining the Martyred Angels Foundation Motorcycle Membership is to show support for families struggling after the tragic death of a child / child(ren) after the tragic death of a parent. A willingness and passion to honor family members’ losses and their struggles after such a tragedy by honoring those that are no longer with us and riding “IN MEMORY OF THOSE”. (Background checks apply) Some past problems are acceptable for the main reason that we all make mistakes on occasion in life, however, we will not accept anyone with a past in child abuse or anything else related to harming children or violent behavior. We are a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization. We are currently located in Colorado, but are looking to expand our services across the entire United States of America. If you are interested in joining our organization then please get in touch with us and let’s have a meeting.



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Emails can be sent to:  [email protected]


Martyred Angels Foundation

P.O Box 17910

Boulder, CO 80308