Riders to help children at Ronald McDonald House

Ayman Haydar will be riding to help charity.
Ayman Haydar will be riding to help charity.

HILLARYS’ Ayman Haydar will kick off a four-day bike ride tomorrow to support seriously ill regional children and their families.

About 30 riders will leave Margaret River for The Ride For Sick Kids WA, which includes stops in Yallingup, Dunsborough and Mandurah before finishing in Perth on Saturday.

Funds raised from the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) event will go to the new $27 million Ronald McDonald House in Nedlands, which cares for 47 regional families a night.

Mr Haydar, a McDonald’s WA licensee, is looking forward to joining the ride.

“RMHC plays an integral part in supporting regional families who travel from all over WA to seek treatment for their kids in Perth,” he said.

“A few of us have been in training to help make the distance and it will definitely be a great challenge.”

For more or to donate, visit rmhcrideforsickkidswa.org.au.

News and updates about the ride can be followed via the #RideForSickKidsWA hashtag or its Facebook page.