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Stuart Cycling for Home of Hope

Stuart Cycling for Home of Hope

Personal message

Hi there.

A bit about me, I am very involved in all things outdoors. I am a freelance nature guide and I own my own outdoor adventure business. I also make time to do volunteer wildfire-fighting.

In March I will be taking up the challenge to ride in the Cape Cycle Tour, not just for fun but to hopefully make some money for Home of Hope and in particular, for my friend here shown with me named Nombeko.

We would really appreciate your support for this very worthy cause.

Thank You

Click here to see the whole Home of Hope Cycle Tour Team 2018!


Name Comment Date Amount
L'Ami Happy Birthday and Best Wishes Stu. Have fun, enjoy the ride and see you soon on the road. Jan 14, 2018 R 205.64
Julie Mandolini-Trummel Happy Birthday, Stu! I love this thoughtful effort of yours. Good luck! Jan 13, 2018 USD $ 17.00
Stuart To Nombeko with love ?? Jan 12, 2018 R 205.64
Sharon You've got a big heart, Stuart! Jan 11, 2018 R 308.46
Carsten Otto Nice idea! Best wishes from Germany. :-) Jan 11, 2018 USD $ 11.99
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Donations to date

R 1 079.11

Fundraising target

R 10 000.00

Home of Hope

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Home of Hope was started in 2005, and we are an NPO that cares for abandoned and abused children and children with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD – permanent brain damage caused by pre-natal exposure to alcohol). We are a registered place of safety and we have 19 children in our long term community based foster care. 

The organisation also caters for the special educational needs of children suffering from FAS (Foetal Alcohol Syndrome) and neurological challenges, in our Amathemba Learning Centre. There are currently 37 children at our Amathemba Learning Centre.