Knight Riders spread Christmas cheer to three of their elders
December 27, 2013
Knight Riders spread Christmas cheer to three of their elders

The Knight Riders, a non-profit organization conceptualized by the late Lucien “Saluche” Small, has come to the aid of three elderly members of the group, bringing them some Christmas cheer.{{more}}

Last Saturday, some members of the group travelled to Greiggs, with stops at Fountain and Carriere, where gift baskets were handed to members of the group who are in wheelchairs.

Public relations officer of the organization Julian Guy said that the organization was made aware of the plight of the three persons through one of the group’s members who saw the need for such donations. Guy said it is not the first time the organization has made contributions.

“We have given in the past, a wheelchair, a prosthetic leg, fed the less fortunate, including at the Lewis Punett home and the mental asylum, as well as helped in roof renovation, footpath and toilet construction. But it’s the first time we are going public,” he said.

Guy also urged members to come forward and give assistance where possible and to purchase T-shirts, which are available to help raise funds.

The Knight Riders programme is aired on Nice Radio every Thursday at 10:30 p.m.