Christopher Shipley is raising funds for Singakwenza

When I first got the idea of swimming for charity, there were a few options, but non as obvious and close to home as the Midmar 8 Mile.  I just makes sense to be part of a KZN race, and a KZN charity.  

The 8 Mile involves swimming all 8 races that take place over the Midmar Mile weekend.

If you want to know more about the charity that I'm representing come Midmar Mile 2019, go to:

www.singawenza.org

In a nut-shell, Singawenza is an organization that focuses of the development of children. Like most countries in the world, SA has a problem with waste household packaging, and the effect this waste has on our beautiful country when dumped is saddening.  As this waste is massively abundant, it makes sense to recycle it and put it to good use. The result is a whole lot of educational and play toys made out of recycled material eg, bags become skipping ropes, margarine containers to cars, polystyrene trays become puzzles, yogurt containers to shape sorters, etc. you get the idea.

Learn whilst you play, and it's good for the environment.


overall progress

raised R12 000,00 goal R12 000,00

100%

donations

Name Message Donation
Christopher Shipley R1 000
Bruce Rohrs Cheers Chris R500
Malcolm Behrens R500
Dave Ward The Green Machine R550
Andrew Justice for All Supports you, Chris R250
Anthony Gordon From East Coast Yamaha, Marine R1 600
Alan Beesley Proud of you Shippers! R3 000
Greg Nelson Give it horns Chris R500
Paul Buckle R500
Murray Archibald All the way from Aus. R500
Rosie Nash Good luck Christopher. Love from the UK xx R1 000
Hein van Heerden R200
Rod Smith Enjoy R1 400
Christopher Shipley R500
 

Singakwenza, meaning “We can do it!”, is a non-profit organisation based in Kwa-Zulu Natal which builds sustainable Early Childhood Education programmes in economically disadvantaged communities, using recycling to make resources.

http://www.singakwenza.co.za
033 343 1650
info@singakwenza.co.za