Cycling the Argus for Animals
- By: Sonja & Suzie
- Short URL: https://www.backabuddy.co.za/cycling-the-argus-for-animals
Suzie and Sonja are taking on the challenge of cycling the Argus for Animals! These two ladies will be cycling to raise funds for the animals at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic Khayelitsha. Sponsor them!
Suzie and Sonja are pet lovers who always do their utmost to help animals in need - from volunteering to feeding street dogs to cycling the Argus tour. This will be Sonja's 9th cycle tour and Suzie's very first tour ever.
Sunday the 8th of March they will be ridging the full 109km race from Cape Town to False Bay and back. This is not only a physically challenging experience, but an experience of mental stamina. We are backing you all the way Suzie and Sonja - you can back them too by sponsoring them!
Sponsor Suzie and Sonya with a once off amount or an amount per kilometre.
Donate to: Mdzananda Animal Clinic, Standard Bank, Account: 075595710, Code: 025009, Reference: Argus+YourName
Donate online: http://www.mdzananda.co.za/Mdzananda_Animal_Clinic/Pages/support.htm
Suzie and Sonja are Mdzananda Cool Dogs. The Mdzananda Cool Dogs are volunteers and supporters who raise funds for the animals by challenging themselves. Run a race, do a cycle tour, do an extreme sport like shark cage diving or sky diving, play a match, die your hair orange, host a car boot sale, host a tea party - the ideas are endless. You can be a Cool Dog too. To make it even more challenging you can perform your challenge in a one-piece Cool Dogs outfit. Contact [email protected] for more information.
- Mar 06, 2015 - R 500.00
- "thank you for supporting our best friends" - Lorraine
- Feb 25, 2015 - R 500.00
- "Excellent cause and so worth the cycle effort! Thank you!" - Yvonne de Kock
- Feb 24, 2015 - R 200.00
- "I hope the weather is glorious and that you enjoy the race :)" - Aileen
Mdzananda Animal Clinic
Since 1996 the Mdzananda Animal Clinic has been serving the Khayelitsha community pets and pet owners. The organisation treats up to 700 pets per month through consultations, hospitilisaiton, surgery (general, orthopaedic and sterilisation), mobile clinics, an animal ambulance and humane education.
Our aim is to help create a community that cares for every animal through veterinary care, education and partnerships.