Guest Contributor | Mar 16, 2018 | 0
Cycle 4 Cancer
The Kingdom Cycling Club (KCC) in partnership with their media partner Radio Wave donated N$286,000 to organisations that help and support cancer sufferers, survivors and their families. KCC raised these funds by having Cycle4Cancer 24-hour relays in Windhoek, Swakopmund and Tsumeb which were held from the 25th to the 26th of April.
They donated N$50,000 to the Cancer Association in Windhoek, N$39,000 to the Cancer Association in Tsumeb, N$97,000 to the Cancer Association in Swakopmund, N$50,000 to the Children’s Cancer Ward 8 West and finally N$50,000 to the Quinton Steele Botes Trust Fund. (L-R) Mr Johann Liebenberg, KCC; Mrs Leani van Rensbur, Quinton Steele Trust Fund; Mrs Ansa Ellis, Quinton Steele Trust Fund and Mr Patrick de Goede, KCC holding a cheque donated to the Quinton Steele Trust Fund by the KCC. Some of the sponsors for the event were Fruit & Veg, Food Lover’s Market, Virgin Active, Nandos and Radio Wave project partners with KCC.(Photograph by Mandisa Rasmeni).