Boulos, bikers raise hope for orphans with ‘ride for charity’
LAUNCHING an Intensified effort on its corporate social responsibility, Boulos Enterprises Limited with bikers community in Lagos have stayed a ride for charity to fete motherless babies at the Red Cross Motherless babies home, Lagos.
Boulos’ General Manager, Sales and Marketing, Stanley Evans said the charity ride, which started from the National Stadium, Lagos to the orphanage home was part of his organisation’s reach out to helpless Nigerians.
Evans said: “We are doing this just to put something back to society, what else would you do on a Saturday? You may be going to the shopping mall, cinema or such place as the park. We decided to visit the kids, play games and offer some gifts”
“It is a good thing for us and that was the chosen charity to go today. When you look at the kids and the circumstances they are in, you have to reach out to them. They are the youth of tomorrow for Nigeria. So, it was a pretty good day. And it’s great to do it with the Bikers who have all given their time to go to the orphanage.”
Head of one of the motorbike associations, Ogbonaya Kalu stated that the event was success owning to the commitment of Boulos to support bikers in Nigeria.
Lauding the initiative, Kalu said: “I am certain that the effect of what we did today will be felt by the children and the people that were there”