Bikers help bring cheer

Caitlyn WattsPilbara News
Salvation Army Karratha Corps Captain Pam Marshall and Karratha Bikers Association vice-president Neil Tollison.
Camera IconSalvation Army Karratha Corps Captain Pam Marshall and Karratha Bikers Association vice-president Neil Tollison. Credit: Picture: Caitlyn Watts

The Karratha Bikers Association has donated nearly $2000 worth of grocery vouchers to help vulnerable community members in the lead-up to Christmas.

In all, $1980 worth of $30 Woolworths vouchers were donated to the local Salvation Army to be distributed in time for the festive season.

The vouchers are for groceries only, designed to offer assistance to those who may be struggling to get food on the table.

KBA vice-president Neil Tollison said the money was raised during the poker run in July. “It’s something we do every year. It’s a good thing to do. There’s some people that need a hand and this is our way of supporting the community,” he said.

Salvation Army Karratha Corps Captain Pam Marshall thanked the KBA for their donation.

“This is absolutely fantastic. 2020 has been a touch year for so many families. Everyone matters. We want to be able to help those,” she said.

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