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SUPPORT

Your donations, and support goes directly towards helping the families of fallen firefighters, police officers, emergency medical personnel and first responders. We use Everyday Hero for rider member sponsorships. We also sell ride swag (shirts, hats, etc.) be sure to check out the online store or contact a member to purchase your Brotherhood swag.

If you, your department, or a loved one has suffered a line of duty death please contact us for more information.

THE REMEMBERED IN 2018

Those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty (in 2016) from the Carolinas.

Those listed above were inducted into an elite group of individuals in 2016. They are the heroes that we ride to honor, and who’s families we offer emotional and financial support. Never Forget.

Ride Tracker

Now our supporters can follow our riders from the start of their journey to the end with our real-time rider tracker. Post encouragement, provide support, or better yet, bring your cowbells and come out and let our rider’s know you’re behind them.

CBH Ride Tracker

National Registries Of Line Of Duty Deaths

Tens of thousands of police officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, and first responders have made the ultimate sacrifice in selfless service to their communities. Below is a list of national registries that have memorials dedicated to our fallen brothers and sisters. Take a moment to view and support their sites.

IAFF Firefighter LODD Registry

National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

The Officer Down Memorial Page

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund


Facebook Feed

5 months ago
Photos from Carolina Brotherhood- Honoring The Fallen & Their Families's post

The men and women of the Carolina Brotherhood are sad to learn of the death of North Carolina State Highway Patrol Trooper Samuel N. Bullard, (E532 of Surry County). Trooper Bullard, 24 yrs old, died ... See more

6 months ago

Huge thank you to Mountain Tek for their amazing donation. This great company has been with us since 2012 and was our first corporate sponsor! Thank you!!

6 months ago
Carolina Brotherhood- Honoring The Fallen & Their Families

Those who have registered or who are planning to register, we managed to get a pretty awesome group rate at the Fairfield Inn Marriott on McDowell street for $119. Normal rate is $249.... they ... See more

6 months ago
Photos from Carolina Brotherhood- Honoring The Fallen & Their Families's post

Don’t forget to register for the Carolina Brotherhood Training fundraiser in Charlotte on Saturday June 23. A day of excellent training followed by an evening of #Brotherhood.

Check out one of our ... See more

6 months ago

Excited to announce a Carolina Brotherhood Training fundraiser in Charlotte on Saturday June 23. A day of excellent training followed by an evening of #Brotherhood. This "Coordinated Attack" training ... See more

6 months ago
NC State University Police

Rest In Peace Deputy Wall

Today, one of our fellow law enforcement brothers was laid to rest after serving his community faithfully and honorably for 23 years.

On Sunday, April 22, 2018 Master Deputy Stephon M. Wall ... See more

6 months ago
Harrisburg NC Fire Department

This right here is what the #Brotherhood is all about. CBH member and Harrisburg NC Fire Department Captain Jimmy Greene dropped off donated water to the Pineville Volunteer Fire Department in ... See more

Our awesome community partners in Harrisburg, the Pepsi bottling company, has for the third year in a row donated bottled water to the Richard Sheltra Memorial Foundation 5k and 10k race this ... See more

6 months ago
Photos from Carolina Brotherhood- Honoring The Fallen & Their Families's post

We are very sad to learn of the passing of a brother in Blue. Our thoughts are with the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office SC following the loss of Deputy James Kirk. Deputy Kirk, 57 yoa, passed after ... See more

7 months ago

The men and women of the Carolina Brotherhood are sad to learn of the passing of Fire Chief Richard Sales of the Reynolds Volunteer Fire Department in Asheville NC. Chief Sales died in a motor ... See more

7 months ago
NC NENA

We're sad to learn through NC NENA of the passing of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Telecommunicator Nicole Schieb, who passed in a car accident overnight at the SC/NC line. Nicole's ... See more

Death Notification
Today at 00:54

All,
It is with great sadness to inform you of the death of CMPD Police Telecommunicator, Nicole Schieb. Earlier this evening, Nicole was a passenger in a vehicle ... See more

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