Fearless Riders had a charity ride to hand over donations to Thuthukani Stimulation Centre
On Saturday, 2 February, members of the Fearless Riders MCC (Motorcycle Club), embarked on a charity run to help and try to change the lives of various children within our community. Fearless Riders is a non-profitable organisation which consists of men and women who were brought together by their love for motorcycles.
This club consists of about 25 members and one of the key objectives of this organisation is to support the community through lending a helping hand where it is most needed.
According to Eunice Baza, the event coordinator, the riders paid a visit to Harmony Park Combined School as well as the Thuthukani Stimulation Centre (a centre for disabled people). Upon their arrival, they handed out sanitary towels, toilet paper, grocery parcels, toys and chairs. Officials of Mkhondo Traffic Department escorted the riders through town (via Church Street) and also to the schools.
Thank you for your assistance during the course of the charity run. The event was well-supported and riders as far as Swaziland also joined to make the charity run a memorable occasion.
Mr Gugu Ndlangamandla, president of Fearless Riders, addressed the learners and educators at the schools and encouraged them to stay positive – always! Mr Ndlangamandla said, “As the club, we would also like to thank all the businesses, community members and bikers who made a donation, we really appreciate your support.”
Mkhondo’s community is looking forward to hearing the roar of these motorcycles on a regular occasion as the Fearless Riders are visiting schools and people in need, making an actual difference within our community!