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ESD Team 94.7 Fundraiser 2018

ESD Team 94.7 Fundraiser 2018

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Our team has once again taken up the challenge to join the wider Absa cycling team taking part in the 94.7 mountain bike and road races to raise funds for the Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services. This organisation receives NO government funding and are totally reliant upon the generosity of the community, private sector, fundraising, bequests and the sale of second-hand goods.

You can read more about Stepping Stones and the valuable services they provide on their website

Thanks to many generous friends, family members and colleagues we were able to raise over R16k last year and we would love to better that and raise R20k. For every rand we raise, Absa will match fund. Our team of cyclists are: Sharene Dorning, Johan Geldenhuys, David Mparutsa, Dumi Mkhonza, Julia Kupka and Gedeon Rossouw

Please help us to reach our target, any donation no matter how big or small, will be appreciated. Many thanks for your support.


  • Nov 19, 2018 - R 500.00
  • "Well Done to Sharene and her team" - Donovan

  • Nov 12, 2018 - R 1 542.30
  • "Stepping Stones donation" - Julia

  • Nov 09, 2018 - R 260.00
  • ""Sharene"" - Lawrence

  • Nov 01, 2018 - R 514.10
  • "Sharene" - Michele

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Donations to date

R 2 816.40

Fundraising target

R 20 000.00

Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services

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Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services is an independent community-driven non-profit organization and the first ever service of its kind in the Greater Alberton area Of Ekurhuleni and Johannesburg South. It provides appropriate professional palliative care for people diagnosed with life–limiting illnesses. Our services include Home Based Care, care in our In-Patient Unit in New Market Park, Bereavement Counselling, Counselling services and loan of equipment. Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing problems associated with life threatening illness through the prevention and relief of suffering.