Bik­ers bring bun­dles of joy

Zululand Observer - Monday - - ZO NEWS - Dave Sa­vides

ZU­L­U­LAND’S bik­ers have once again proved they have big hearts when it comes to char­ity. Hun­dreds of lo­cal machines roared into the Zu­l­u­land Ob­server’s park­ing area on Sun­day to drop off gifts in the an­nual Suzuki/DICE toy run. Or­gan­ised by Jaco and Belinda Viviers of Suzuki Richards Bay, this toy run has be­come a per­ma­nent fix­ture on the DICE (Do I Care Enough?) cal­en­dar. At the han­dover, DICE founder, Regina An­thony, thanked the lo­cal bik­ing com­mu­nity for their sup­port through the years and em­pha­sised that ev­ery sin­gle toy is a smile on a needy child’s face. When the warm­hearted bik­ers mounted their machines they left be­hind a heap of toys of all sorts which will be handed out by DICE to un­der­priv­i­leged chil­dren in the run-up to Christ­mas.

Dave Sa­vides

Hun­dreds of un­der­priv­i­leged chil­dren will be blessed thanks to the gen­er­ous biker fra­ter­nity

Belinda and Jaco Viviers of Suzuki Richards Bay were thanked pro­fusely for their end­less gen­eros­ity by DICE founder, Regina An­thony

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