Tracy Kerr is raising funds for Singakwenza

Yes it is that time of year again... I can't believe it either😳 The year has flown by. I will be swimming 8 miles for SINGAKWENZA again in February 2020.

Being a teacher, SINGAKWENZA has always had a special place in my heart and always will. They are changing lives daily! For those of you who aren't aware of SINGAKWENZA you can take a look at their website

Singakwenza runs two very awesome programmes:

1. Waste2Toys Workshops - they take household rubbish that we throw away in our houses daily and make toys as well as teaching materials using these. These toys help kids fine motor skills, gross motor skills and hand eye co-ordination and much more. So if you based in KZN drop your clean recycling with them. A simple example is they make skipping ropes using bread bags which last a lot longer than bought skipping ropes. Puzzles using pictures and cardboard. Super cool hey??? You too can do this at home with your kids. Saving rubbish going to the dump as well as teaching kids at the same time. 

2. Mentorship programme - Singakwenza have ladies who go into the creches weekly to guide the teachers in the schools how to use the toys made from recycled materials and teaching material. They continue this for 2 years at the same creche. At the end of this they can leave the teacher to continue these awesome ways she has been taught. How amazing???

My goal is R20000 this year to raise for this phenomenal organization. Please can you help me reach my goal. Any amount goes a long way... I really appreciate your support.

Changing lives one step at a time💙💚💛🧡❤️💜

overall progress

raised R28 850,00 goal R30 000,00



Name Message Donation
Richard Dubock R275
School Swimathons R6 685
Tish Phillips Go for it Tracy x R200
Angelique You go girl! Xx R150
Charleen/ Terry Good luck for the swim - Love you R200
Spock & Elaine Well done Trace & wishing you a great swim.👌🇿🇦 R500
Sean and Bridget Daly Good luck with the swim Trace. Well done on all your effort made to support such a great organisation like Singakwenza. R500
Jana O'Neill Go Trace Go! R500
Collin Good luck R500
Pete & Sharon hosking R380
Fishing competition R2 200
Swimathon R9 840
Smith Family R1 000
Olivia Smith We’ve got your back Trace!! R1 000
Mike Withey R500
Jo-Anne Bushell With Love x R150
Trish Withey Wishing you a good swim! R500
Nicky Mapstone You are such a star Trace ⭐️ R1 000
Swimathon R2 670
Ant Withey Go for it Tracy R100

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.
033 343 1650