Edward Tippett is raising funds for CHOC

It's that time again ... Midmar 2019 ... The 8 Mile Open Water Swim, which I am participating in for the third time supporting a charity very dear to me.

Your support and contribution towards the "CHOC - Childhood Cancer Foundation" would be much appreciated by many including myself as I need to raise R12 000 for the charity before I am permitted to swim over the weekend of 9th/10th February 2019.

This charity does not only support the children in need but also the families that surround them.

My passion has always been to give back to society and my goal is to make a difference!

Every little bit will count towards changing somebody's life.

Thank you

overall progress

raised R13 250,00 goal R12 000,00



Name Message Donation
Mark Cairns Great effort Ed R500
Debbie Good luck Edd. Super proud of you. R200
Ryan Warner So proud of you Ed! Keep doing what God has called you to do. R500
The Laemmle’s A fantastic cause, glad we could contribute R500
Bowls Fundraiser Good luck Ed...WELL DONE!! R2 000
Leon and Debbie Hey Ed 😀 well done such a great job and a worthy cause Boet. All the best Leon and Debs R1 000
Johannes Pienaar Great initiative! May you be very successful with the challenge! R1 000
Tony Ladeira Good luck!!! R500
Cecile & Keith Wiltshire We are very proud to be associated with such a generous and giving young man, and wish you all the best with your cause! R1 000
harding Trend Sales Smollan and Asscociates Wishing you all the best. R3 000
Jonny Great Ed R50
Cherida de Sousa Good luck Eddie, this is incredible! R100
Garry Bristow Great to see you putting in such effort for others less fortunate. Well done. R1 000
Marshall Charles Swim well Ed. R100
Adi Klier Swim well R100
Nina Wilson Such a good Charity. Well done Eddie R200
You are an inspiration R100
You are an inspiration R100
Julian Evans Well done Eddie. R500
Bernie As always.. me SUPER PROUD of YOU!! XXX R500
Ed,I'm so proud of You R100
A friend Awesome! Well done Ed!!! R50

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

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