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To allow as many children as possible to have a Christmas gift, many toy drives are organized in December by associations. To arouse generosity, each one has their own style, and that of the French Federation of Angry Bikers (FFMC) is original to say the least.
This collective of bikers has decided to put its bikes at the service of the association Le Père Noël du Monday which aspires to spoil the children hospitalized in the department.
Sunday December 19 2021, bikers will parade in the streets of Saint-Étienne disguised as Santa Claus and perched on decorated motorcycles to cram as many toys as possible into their hoods.
A biker = a gift
The members of the FFMC meet with the participants of the Leroy-Merlin of Saint-Priest-en-Jarez for a departure scheduled at 2 p.m.. The procession will then launch towards Place Jean-Jaurès in Saint-Étienne where he will arrive around 4 p.m.. To participate in the parade, each pilot must offer a toy nine to the association.
Volunteers will be busy at the start and finish of the procession to collect the last donations. Upstream then in parallel, collections of new toys will be organized at various locations :
- Saturday 11 December 2021, Super U of Savigneux from 8:30 am;
- Saturday 11 December 2021, Carrefour de Feurs from 8:30 am;
- Saturday 18 December 2021, Auchan-Villars from 8:30 am;
- Saturday 18 December 2021, King Toys from 8:30 am;
- Sunday 19 December 2021, Place Jean Jaures around 3:30 p.m.
The gifts will then be distributed at Christmas, then throughout the year to seriously ill children.
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