Motorcyclists will rev up donations for 30th annual Toy Run Sept. 9
MANCHESTER — Motorcyclists bearing gifts will arrive at the New Hampshire Union Leader on Sunday, Sept. 9, for the 30th annual Toy Run for The Salvation Army.
Organized by the New Hampshire Motorcyclists' Rights Organization (NHMRO), the event has attracted more than 4,000 motorcyclists, who have brought donations for needy children in New Hampshire.
Educational toys, non-perishable food items and check donations made payable to The Salvation Army are greatly appreciated.
Any motorcyclists interested in taking part in the toy run can meet at the Department of Safety parking lot on Hazen Drive in Concord. Riders will be leaving promptly at 1 p.m.
The 25 mph procession will roll, rain or shine, to the New Hampshire Union Leader, where there will be hot dogs and hamburgers available for a cash donation.
Those who don't ride a motorcycle but want to take part in the fun are also welcome to come at the Union Leader to donate a toy and cheer the riders.
Many sponsors have donated funds to assist with the organization of this event. NHMRO invites other organizations to join the following sponsors: Manchester Motorcycle Club, Best Septic Service, Ted Bantis Trucking & Excavating, In Memory of Chris Murphy, Manchester Auto Glass, Deerhead Sportsmen's Club, Atlantic Upholstery, In Memory of Gary Ruel-Ruel's Cycle, American Legion Riders (Chapter 14 Post 37), Lafayette Press, Graffitee Wear, Demers Garden Center, Mike and Cheryl, Express Tire Center — Milford and Hillsboro, Hawg Hill, Twisted Iron R.C. and N.H.VTX Riders.
For more information on how to become a sponsor or supporter, please go to nhmro.org or call Joanne Packard at 432-3391.
How to donate
Santa Fund donations can be made by completing the online form by clicking "Donate" below or send a check to:
THE SANTA FUND
You can also drop off the printed form in our newspaper and a donation in the Santa Fund box at the Union Leader, 100 William Loeb Drive in Manchester from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. We will also have a donation drop box at the Intown Manchester Holiday Market on Thursday, November 29 and every Thursday in December.
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