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Mike Wolfe, the co-founder of the History Channel’s “American Pickers,” recently made a generous purchase at the Mecum Vintage Motorcycle Auction in Las Vegas. Wolfe purchased a charity helmet, with all proceeds going towards supporting Curing Kids Cancer.

The helmet, a one-of-a-kind piece, was auctioned off to raise funds for various non-profit organizations. The helmet was decorated with a realistic depiction of several people holding hands. Grainne M. Owen, founder of Curing Kids Cancer took an almost identical picture of her family’s hands when her son died of leukemia. The artist didn’t even know about the photograph.

Wolfe, who is an avid motorcycle enthusiast, was pleased to have the opportunity to support a good cause. He donated the helmet back so it could be auctioned off again.

The Mecum Auction, which is known for its spectacular collections of vintage and collectible motorcycles, has a long history of supporting charitable causes. By offering unique and valuable items, such as the charity helmet, they are able to raise significant funds for various organizations.

In a statement, Wolfe expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to support a good cause and expressed his admiration for the work that these charities do. He also expressed his hope that his purchase will inspire others to give back and make a positive impact on the world.

Shuman Legal and the Motorcycle Safety Lawyers of Chicago Illinois sponsored the helmet and spearheaded the charity auction.

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