Nina Gersohn is raising funds for NSRI

February 2020 will be time to partake in my second 8 Mile Club at the Aquelle Midmar Mile. What an honour!! The 2019 8-Mile Club was a most challenging, but fun, special and spectacular weekend. I loved being a part of it and I am excited to do it again.

I will be swimming for the NSRI. My goal is to raise R12 000- all of which will go to Sea Rescue South Africa (known to most as NSRI). This organization is staffed by dedicated, brave and well-trained volunteers and rescue crews whom are based at both coastal stations and inland stations across our country. The NSRI is tasked with saving lives, they are the responders who sound their sirens and mobilize their boats, bikes and rescue crews at the first sign of trouble in their area. They also help our seals and orcas who get stuck too close to shore, and participate in and encourage clean ups of our beautiful beaches. The NSRI volunteers are lifesavers, and I want to do this to thank them, to honour them and to help them. 

A donation of any amount will go a long way, and it will be greatly appreciated. I will be thankful to all of my donors and supporters in every mile that I conquer at the 2020 Aquelle Midmar Mile.

So please join me, support me and help me on my quest to help the NSRI. 

8 Miles

12.8km

Over 13 000 Midmar swimmers

Over 13 000 smiles

It’s going to be an amazing weekend!!!


overall progress

raised R7 820,00 goal R12 000,00

65%

donations

Name Message Donation
Jo-Anne Sussman Go Nina! 👏🏻 R250
R600
Robyn sher You’re one awesome kid NIN. Go and DO it !!! R360
Mel So proud of you Nini! I back you! R180
Ariella My best friend doing it again! R150
Lynn Katzenellenbogen Good luck Nina! You are amazing. R200
R360
Darcie Richman Excellent Cause. Enjoy the swim. R360
Robyn smookler Always behind you! Your biggest fan, Robyn R360
DHL Express I think it is a brave undertaking for an amazing cause and we wish you all the very best in this extreme challenge ! R5 000
 

The Charity that Saves Lives on South African Waters

https://www.nsri.org.za/