Tara Hamilton is raising funds for CHOC

My whole life, since I can remember, has revolved around swimming. Since the age of 5/6 I have swum gala's and won many awards for my achievements in swimming. I swam my first Midmar in grade 7, 2017, after many many months of training. Since then, when I saw the group of 8 milers, it has been my high school goal to complete this challenge. Since I made this decision  at the end of 2019, I have been doing up to 6-7 training sessions a week to make sure I am fit enough to undergo this challenging goal of mine. During my 8 mile swim in 2022, I shall be swimming for CHOC who use their money for the worthy cause of children with cancer and life- threatening blood disorders. My dream would be to raise money for these kids and give them everything they need. 


overall progress

raised R11 400,00 goal R10 000,00

114%

donations

Name Message Donation
Ringside Boxing Gym Good luck Tara. We are very proud of you! The Ringside Team. R1 000
H & H Muller Make your dreams come true.... R1 000
Wendy Mortimer Awesome my darling. R1 000
Bruce and Josephine Barry Good girlie!! Very proud of you!!!! R500
Matt R200
Hamilton jHB Tara - all the best for the event! R1 000
Alex Albertse Go Tara Go!!!! R1 000
Grandpa & Grandma Hamilton We are very proud of your challenge you have given yourself. .xx R500
Max & Telma An epic swim and a fantastic charity, Enjoy it Tara, good luck! R500
Niesie and Ben So proud of you my special angel, you can do this ! R100
James Hynd Go for it Tara. R500
Jennifer Hydes Good luck Tara. Jennifer R1 000
Cheryl hamil So proud of you my sweet girl. Go for it. Awesome goal to achieve and a well worth charity love you R500
Unknown Friend Good on ya, Tara. Magnificent, admirable commitment. Go for it! R1 000
rebecca proud of you T! R50
Anne and Drew We are so proud of you Tara. You've got this! R1 000
Hamilton family Go T. Great cause R1 000
amy Garvie GOO Girl :) R50
 

Supporting children with cancer and life-threatening blood disorders, and their families; improving early detection and facilitating effective treatment.

http://www.choc.org.za/
086 111 3500
headoffice@choc.org.za