Dimapur, December 7: Dirty Angels Motorcycle Club (DAMC), Gangtok, Sikkim held a charity event on the way to Kohima (Hornbill festival) wherein more than 90 kids were provided with ration and stationeries. The charity was done at Kohima orphanage and destitute home, Seithogei, Kohima, Nagaland.
The club also extended a small financial help towards the special home to celebrate the upcoming Christmas Eve.
The club expressed their deepest gratitude towards Gorkha Public Panchayat, Kohima for identifying the beautiful special home and for their valuable presence. Similarly, the club also thanked the caretaker and the kids of the special home for organising a memorable musical program.
It is learnt here that, DAMC is a non – governmental organization based at Gangtok, East Sikkim, India established in the year 2010. It is the first registered Motorcycle Club NGO of Sikkim.
This organization is formed by eminent local samaritans, state and central government employees. Their prime objective is to reach out to the remotest villages of Sikkim and carry out social uplifment and economic development projects related to health and hygiene, agriculture, promoting education, social welfare activities, awareness programme etc. in collaboration with local bodies and government.
President of the Club, Gelek Gyatso Bhutia mentioned that a team of 41 riders and officers from Sikkim Tourism started their journey on November 28 to participate in the North East Riders’ Meet, Assam and the Hornbill Festival, Nagaland to promote Sikkim Tourism.
He added that during this motorcycle ride and events, they are planning to highlight their state’s message of peace, tranquility and unity in diversity. He informed that Sikkim is safe to travel now and appealed the people of Nagaland and other states of North East India to explore the beautiful state of Sikkim.
(Page News Service)