Coming to Bobbersmill Community Centre on Saturday 21st Sept
RIDE AID: BIKERS FROM ACROSS THE UK EMBARK ON A 4 CITY CHALLENGE TO RAISE MONEY FOR SYRIA
On Saturday, 21st September, bikers from Deen Riders, will be congregating from across the UK in Bradford, Nottingham, Luton and London to raise awareness and money for those affected by the crisis in Syria. Deen Riders are the UK’s first Muslim motorcycle organisation and In July, their fundraising efforts were notably featured in a Channel 4 documentary and the national press.
‘One4One’ the name given to this challenge, will involve the burly bikers visiting various local mosques on the day to raise money for their charity. The main Ride Aid event will take place at the Khidmat centre, Bradford, Karimia Institute, Nottingham, Masjid Al Ghuraba, Luton (to be confirmed) and Whitechapel Mosque in London.
Jamaal Richards, Chairperson of Deen Riders said: “This challenge will really test the resolve of all taking part. The riders will be spending many hours on the road but are all happy to do so as this will result in helping the innocent people in war torn Syria. We’re expecting an amazing response from some amazing people. The Mosques have been so welcoming and we can’t wait to thank them personally. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of helping someone in need and this is a feeling Deen Riders want to share.”
They will be in Nottingham for approximately 2 hours this Saturday. They will visit Bobbersmill Community Centre were they will pray Asr Salat and then will have a radio interview on Radio Dawn. They are raising money for the people of Syria. Support them by donating to their donation page, www.justgiving.com/rideaid.