Texas Tactical Jeep Club is getting ready for its annual spring tradition to help out a good cause.

According to NewsWest 9, The group will gather to raise money for "Paws Got My Six" to help get service dogs to those who need them.

Last year they raised over $3,000 for the House of Sycamore Tree and this year they hope to raise at least that and hopefully more.

The club plans events to help out the community while also getting people together that have the same passion for Jeeps.

"I'm the type of guy that enjoys that," said Robert Perez, Texas Tactical Jeep Club Vice President. "It's really family-oriented and it's a good environment to be around. It's a really good feeling. You get to share everything, all the blessings you get, you get to give them back."

"Go Topless" will be held on May 19 at Big Sky Drive-In beginning at 6 p.m. Admission is $5 and they will have silent auctions, raffles, and door prizes. To find out more you can go to their Facebook page.

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