Who we are, what we do, and impact report.
Extreme Ride 4 Hunger is a Meals on Wheels Northern Cape initiative started to raise awareness to the plight of the poor, and to create a hunger free society.
Our goals and how you can become a part of this adventure.
There are always ways for anyone to make a contribution and to play a part in improving the lives of the less fortunate in our beautiful country.
We can make a difference by playing our part, no matter how small.
Our main aim is to raise awareness, by doing so, we recognise the problem we have and we can take action to make the changes we need to help those in need.
We hope to get more sponsors involved by either making a donation or sponsoring their products and or service Whatever it is your company or organisation can do to give back to the communites will assist in creating a hunger free South Africa.
All funds and services are directed at the communities most in need of assistance, and also to create programs which facilitate community upliftment.
cycle for a purpose
Cyclist who take part play an extremely vital role by creating excitement around the tour, making more people, especially the younger generation aware of the need to start caring for others.
Without the cyclist this initiative would not be possible!!!GALLERY
As a team you will be required to cycle to the various destination points.
At some destinations you will be staying in guesthouses/hotels/lodges.
Along the way we would like you to experience what Meals on Wheels Community Services is all about. We will be doing the following activities at the 10 chosen beneﬁciaries:
● Distributing Care Packages for the Elderly
● Distributing warm cooked meals
● Delivering Food Parcels
● Distributing stationary packs
What Cyclists Get
● Registration/Opening Function
● 2 Cycling Tops
● Winter cycling jacket
● All Accommodation
● All transport from Kimberley to Cape Town
● All Meals and Snacks
● Certiﬁcate of Participation
● Finishers Medal
● Road Support
● Making New friends
● Fun and games
● Enlarging your Worldview
● Life Changing experience, being part of our outreach programs to the poor.
● Closing Function
NEWS & information
Extreme Ride4Hunger is continuously busy throughout the year in preperation for the following year. We invite any sponsors, donation or feedback so we can conitnue to improve the tour for everyone.OUR SPONSORS
All relevant information you need to know to get involved or take part in our Extreme Ride4Hunger to be held in March of 2021.WILL BE SENT
IMPACT REPORT 2019
ER4H imapct report for 2019. An indication of what the Extreme Ride4Hunger does and how it impacts on creating awareness and community involvement for the last Cycle Tour in March of 2019.READ REPORT
CAPE TIME ARTICLE
Extreme Ride for Hunger: Cyclists support poverty alleviation across SA NEWS / 28 FEBRUARY 2019, 04:30AM / STAFF WRITER
Cape Town – Eighteen cyclists will ride 1 000km from Kimberley to Cape Town during the fourth annual Extreme Ride for Hunger event. This year’s event is part of Meals on Wheels Community Services South Africa (MOWCS SA) serving the nine provinces through 210 community kitchens.
DAILY VOICE ARTICLE
Springbok Captian Siya Kolisi's wife, Rachel, is set to cycle from Kimberley to Cape Town for charity from 3 March to 8 March. In aid of Meals Posting on Instagram, she said that she was contacted months ago by the non-profit organisation that provides "warm and nutritious meals to the poorest of the poor as part of their basket of services to less fortunate communities in South Africa."
CHANNEL 24 NEWS
Rachel Kolisi talks about how she prepared for her cycling tour: ‘I trained every day for 4 weeks’ 2019-03-11 12:01 by Ross MichaelsREAD MORE
Rachel Kolisi cycling 1075km in aid of Meals on Wheels 6 March 2019 6:35 AM Rachel Kolisi is currently cycling 1075km from Kimberley to Cape Town as part of the Meals on Wheels' Extreme Ride for Hunger Cycle Tour. Kieno Kammies chats to her on day 4 of this journey.