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HELPING TO CARRY THE COSTS OF CANCER – GOAL R19 500.00

Julia Swain’s campaign helped raise her much needed financial costs. Unfortunately, Julia succumbed to her cancer before her goal was met. The funds raised helped her family to pay for all her medical expenses.

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IN THE “MIDNIGHT” SOUP KITCHEN – GOAL R3 000.00

Another successful campaign for a  soup kitchen/homeless shelter called “The Service Dining Rooms”, where the homeless come every day for food and shelter. Their needs for food, basic sanitary supplies and providing the homeless people with shelter were successfully met.

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TAKE ME TO GHANA TO ATTEND THE YALE YOUNG AFRICAN SCHOLARS PROGRAM – GOAL R14000.00

The Yale Young African Program is a program hosted annually by Yale University in an African country. It is a highly prestigious program wherein thousands of African students apply and only 300 are accepted into it. Our campaigner was one of the students to be chosen in the program. She was successful in raising funds for her travel expenses.

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6 MILLION STEPS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CHILDHOOD CANCER – RAISED R18030.00

Peter Dunn is embarking on a backbreaking journey to raise awareness and funds for CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation SA in the fight against childhood cancer. The hike will take a gruelling six million steps to complete over a five-month period in which Peter will test his abilities to the max to signify the gruelling and unforgiving journey that children with cancer undertake in their fight against the disease. The funds Peter raised covered the gear, equipment and food needed for the 5 month period of the hike.

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HELP ALBERT GET BETTER – RAISED R11 300.00

On 28 March Albert was driving home on his motorcycle. One car from the oncoming traffic turned right in-front of Albert and he was thrown from his bike sustaining severe injuries. He does not have a medical aid, and medical bills are pilling up, he has a long road of rehabilitation ahead of him. Funds are needed to help with all the expenses..

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AMY’S JOURNEY WITH IIH – RAISED R11 700.00

Amy is an 18-year-old daughter. She was in matric last year. Due to the very Rare brain disease called Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension, she could not write her matric exam. The disease causes CSF (cerebral spinal fluid) that builds up within the brain, and it can cause a stroke, brain aneurysm, or blood clot in the brain. It can also cause permanent damage to the optic nerves behind the eyes, leading to blindness or death. Our campaign has helped raise funds to assist with Amy’s medical needs.

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KEEP SHAKA HOME – RAISED R42 800.00

Shaka is a beautiful 5-year-old male Cheetah. Unfortunately, many non-profit organizations, like ours at Dell Cheetah, are overcome with financial strains, resulting in very difficult decisions having to be made, like selling Shaka. The funds we’ve raised have helped to keep Shaka at Dell Cheetah.

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ANGIE WIENEKUS CANCER FUND – RAISED R17 50.00

On May 2015, I felt 4 lumps in my breast, but I was having marital problems so chose to ignore them. I eventually got divorced in November 2015 and was diagnosed with cancer in March 2016, the weekend before Easter. I moved to East London end of March and had a mastectomy in April 2016. They also removed my gland in my left arm and sent it away for tests. My oncologist sent me for a CT scan and bone scan and the results came back showing cancer had spread to 8 different bone areas, called lesions. The funds raised through Click n Donate are helping me with my cancer treatment expenses.

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ABUSED BOYS NEEDS

The page has drawn a lot of attention and we are incredibly grateful. With the generosity of the public, and yours to assist with the page, we have raised the funds needed for the sling (hoist) and the wheelchair. Tristan received his wheelchair last week.

We are immensely grateful to you all for your assistance in the matter.

Kind regards, Karen Van Zyl