Ramps Logistics spreads Christmas cheer to seven children’s home


Last Saturday, Ramps Logistics held its annual Kids’ Christmas Motorcade, giving gifts and spreading cheer to children in seven homes in Georgetown and on the East Coast of Demerara (ECD).

This initiative targeted 245 children from the St. Ann’s Girls Home, Joshua House Children Centre, Shaheeds Boys and Girls Home, Sophia Care Centre, St. Johns Bosco Home, Bless the Children Home, and the Hope Children’s Home.

Despite being unable to host this event in Guyana last year, this year’s event was held under strict COVID-19 protocols.

The motorcade, which travelled from Brickdam, Georgetown to Enmore, ECD was led by Santa Claus who was on a truck that was playing Christmas music. The day was euphoric as the children expressed much excitement for the Kids’ Christmas Motorcade.

As the convoy entered the streets, the children who had smiles on their faces, could be seen dancing and welcoming the volunteers with and waves. Some children from the homes even performed a few songs for the team.

The volunteers, who are all fully vaccinated, stayed a safe distance from the children and sang and danced with them. A designated few distributed gifts to some of the children. Snacks, ice cream, toys, and other goodies were dropped at designated areas at the homes.

“Our gratitude goes out to the homes for facilitating our efforts, and all parties who contributed to making the day a success. We want to recognise the remarkable efforts of Banks DIH and El Dorado Offshore, who played an integral role with their sponsorship for this event,” Ramps Logistics said in a statement.

“We are also grateful to the Guyana Police Force (GPF), the COVID-19 Task Force, and our internal HSSE team who ensured the day ran according to plan and all COVID-19 protocols were followed.”

Ramps Logistics’ statement added, “This Christmas, we ask that you make it your mission to bring a smile to every face you see. We wish you and your family Happy Holidays and a Prosperous New Year.”


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