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RUN FOR OUR FUTURE CHALLENGE - 1,000,000 Steps for The Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust

"The miracle isn’t that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start."

Good day, Tyler Hollingsworth here and I am proud South African, Social Entrepreneur and Founder of Aspire Atlantic. This year is my first attempt at conquering the Comrades Marathon, and I thought this would be an excellent opportunity to promote the good work that the fantastic people at The Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust (HACT) are doing to change the lives of South Africans for the better. Helping others is a growing passion of mine, and I would like you to help me raise R6000 for them.




HACT is a non-profit organisation dedicated to tackling the HIV/AIDS pandemic. They were Founded in 1990 by the Hillcrest Methodist Church in the rural and poverty-torn communities of the Valley of 1000 Hills region of KwaZulu-Natal. Their mission is to provide unconditional love and hope to HIV/AIDS-impacted communities through prevention, care, economic empowerment and community outreach. Their team is made up of 130 stipend staff and 50 unpaid volunteers who donate their time and skills to helping us achieve their mission.  




For every 1 kilometre of training that I do in preparation, I would like participants to donate R1.00. At this point, we are about 100 days out from the race, and I am projected to run 1000 km before then. If R1000.00 is too much, please feel free to donate what you can as anything is appreciated. 



We are hoping to raise R6000, but we really can do so much more than that!



  • Mar 04, 2019 - R 20.00
  • "Go Tyler!!! This is awesome, i hope you reach your goal" - Andrea

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Donations to date

R 20.00

Fundraising target

R 6 000.00

Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust (HACT)

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The Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust (HACT) is a registered Non-Profit organisation dedicated to tackling South Africa’s HIV/AIDS pandemic through practical, sustainable and community-led projects that include HIV health care, HIV prevention and education, skills development and training and economic empowerment.