Press release: Totalsports Ladies Race Supports Pink Drive

Returning to Johannesburg and Stellenbosch on National Women’s Day (09 August 2013), the much loved Totalsports Ladies Race will once again show its support of PinkDrive, a campaign that is committed to promoting breast cancer awareness and providing breast health education and services to men and women across South Africa.

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2013 Pick ‘n’ Pay Knysna Oyster Festival hopes to raise even more for local charities

The Pick ‘n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival is very proud of its profound social contribution. In the last five years it has managed to add R6,9 million to the coffers of local charities, it raised almost R1,5 million for these organisations in 2012, and it organisers are confident of bettering this amount this year.

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Tigger Trail Run, July 2013

“Cape Town actress Milan Murray (Isidingo, The Wild) is an enthusiastic trail runner and ambassador for The Tygerberg Children’s Hospital. She will be running the Otter African Trail run in September to raise funds and awareness for this institution so close to her heart. The Tigger Trail runs are social runs combining Milan’s training for the Otter with fundraising for the Tygerberg Children’s Hospital. Come run along and have fun!”

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Pick ‘n’ Pay Women’s Walk 2013

Show your support for breast cancer by joining us for the Pick ‘n’ Pay Women’s Walk. A 5km fun family walk to raise funds for the Pink Drive who provide free breast cancer examinations and education to women in underprivileged communities. The Pink Drive was the amazing charity chosen by the Unogwaja Challenge 2013 Team.

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Tigger Trail Run, May 2013

“Cape Town actress Milan Murray (Isidingo, The Wild) is an enthusiastic trail runner and ambassador for The Tygerberg Children’s Hospital. She will be running the Otter African Trail run in September to raise funds and awareness for this institution so close to her heart. The Tigger Trail runs are social runs combining Milan’s training for the Otter with fundraising for the Tygerberg Children’s Hospital. Come run along and have fun!”

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