Some of Cayman’s motorcycle enthusiasts traded their Harley’s for a pickup truck, to make a big delivery to Meals on Wheels..
The Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association (CIMRA) hosted its 5th annual Wheels For Meals food drive over the weekend, hauling in a ton and a half of food.
CIMRA president and founder Keith Keller told Cayman 27 it’s something that gets its membership all revved up.
“It’s our community. There’s a lot of people out there that need to be fed, especially the seniors that can’t even get out of the house, and there’s a lot of people who volunteer their time every day and go and drop off food for them. It’s a chance for them to get to eat, but also some interaction with somebody else that they might not normally get. It’s a big thing, and it’s something as the motorcycle community that we wanted to take under our wing,” said Mr. Keller.
Mr. Keller estimated the foodstuffs donated could help Meals on Wheels stock its kitchen for three or four months.