National Toy Run makes turn in at Thabazimbi Pick n Pay

Pick n Pay Thabazimbi will participate in the national annual Toy Run. Toys as well as non perishable food or some toiletries can be donated, look for the Toy Run bin in store.
Pick n Pay Thabazimbi will participate in the national annual Toy Run. Toys as well as non perishable food or some toiletries can be donated, look for the Toy Run bin in store.

THABAZIMBI – The annual Charity Toy Run® has become known, far beyond the motorcycling community, as one of South Africa’s most significant charity events.
It’s an awesome motorcycle procession and the biggest biker party of the year – but most of all it is the day when the country’s loudest minority opens their hearts to its most silent. More than 50 000 motorcyclists will turn out across the country with toys of all shapes and descriptions festooning their bikes, to make Christmas a little brighter for disadvantaged children up to 18 years old of all races in orphanages, shelters, homes and hospitals in our communities.
The Toy Run® is open to any licensed rider on a licensed and roadworthy motorcycle, provided they donate toys, collected in the trailers at the end venue. The toy, or toys, is both an entrance fee and a ticket to the end destination for this year which will take part on 29 November 2009.
Pick n Pay Northern Region in partnership with Bikers that Care, Steelwings, HOG and Bakwena will participate in the National Toy Run this year, as they embark on one of the biggest events in the biker’s community in South Africa to assist with this worthy cause.
Pick n Pay Thabazimbi has placed a bin in store for any donations for children of any age, up to 18 years, as well as non perishable food and/or some toiletries for the older children.