Raymond Resnick is raising funds for CHOC

I am always looking for a challenge and when the opportunity to join the Midmar 8 Mile Club and swim for CHOC presented itself, it was an easy decision!

The goal is to raise R12,800 (R1 for every meter swum) .

Please dig deep and help these brave and courageous kids and their families during their fight with cancer. CHOC provides support and services to the children and their families from detection and diagnosis through to bereavement and/or assistance in recovery and reintegration for those in remission.

CHOC provides a necessary lifeline to these families who rely on all of our support, we need to cherish our health and lend as much support to those who are not so fortunate! Please click here for more information on CHOC.

*Please note new request from CHOC*: If you require a Section 18a please donate directly into their account & click here to message me. Name: CHOC – DURBAN | Standard Bank: Killarney | Current Account | Account No: 241 319 978 | Branch Code: 007-205 | SWIFT CODE: SBZAZAJJ.




overall progress

raised R11 600,00 goal R12 800,00



Name Message Donation
Denise Major Awesome Ray. I am sure you will have a great swim! R250
Silver Motion R1 750
Lulu & Skye Ray Ray he’s our man !!! R2 000
Avin Lieberman Great cause, good luck R1 800
Nadine Pincus Ray have an amazing swim R150
Natalie Lockitch Good luck Raymond. Fantastic cause. Xx R500
Hayley & Brent All the best Ray. Great cause R500
Dianne Berman R300
Maureen Resnick R300
Brevity Law R1 000
lawrence Resnick Good Luck swim hard R500
Gary & Melanie Swim like Nemo R500
jason Well done Ray. Great cause being supported by a great guy. And Swimmer. Jas R300
Debbie & Zaheer Good luck! An incredible endeavour for a wonderful cause. R500
Smith Tabata Buchanan Boyes As per request from James Phillipson Director R1 000
jason duxbury All the best RR. R150
Sandi Sher Go Stingray go! Great cause, Enjoy! see you in the water :) Next stop Robben Island... R100

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

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