‘eKasi’ riders doing the ‘great thing’

2015-12-17 06:00

#GivingTuesday2015 in collaboration with Kasi Riders will hand over Christmas gifts to the children of Self Help and Resource Exchange Centre (SHARE) on December 24th.

Kasi Riders is a network brotherhood with a footprint in all provinces of South Africa with the aim to promote a motoring culture in townships (eKasi). The day will start with a convoy of Kasi Riders heading towards SHARE Centre.

“From humble beginnings come great things. This is evident by Kasi Riders as well as GivingTuesday 2015, a group of people from Uitenhage who are giving back to their community,” said Abegail Mvunelo.

SHARE is a non-governmental centre in KwaNobuhle taking care of orphans, vulnerable children and disabled youth.

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