When people come together, amazing things can happen.
Take a look at a few campaigns that have been highlighted on the Backabuddy Impact Village as well as in media publications across South Africa this week.
Read our latest blog posts featured on the BackaBuddy impact village this week.
Legendary South African ultramarathon athlete, Bruce Fordyce (66), who has won the Comrades Marathon eight years in a row and nine times overall, is supporting a new challenge to provide each parkrun event in South Africa, with a defibrillator to help save lives.
Shireen Hermans, a 29-year-old mother from Mitchells Plain, Cape Town, has an eye disease called Keratoconus and dreams of seeing her daughters again.
Lerato Monyatsi (41) from Krugersdrop, Gauteng, is the founder of SkirtGirlHiker Foundation, a non-profit organisation that aims to restore dignity to Ostomy and Cancer Patients by conquering mountains and hiking with purpose.
In the News
Take a look at campaigns featured in various media publications this week.
5-year-old boy, Marno Muller from Dersley Park, Johannesburg, is fighting for his life in hospital after the string of his hoodie hooked on the slide at his nursery school in Brakpan last week Thursday.
Media Source: Kaya 959
2-year-old Jenna-Mae will spend the rest of her life managing her Type 1 Diabetes but to make things easier while she is young, she needs an alert dog; her dog is a rescue!
Media Source: Good Things Guys
Ayrton Sweeney and Laura Strugnell are jetting off to compete in the 19th FINA World Championships in Budapest. Last month, after discovering they’d made it to the world championships, the pair launched a Back-a-Buddy to help fund their trip to Hungary.
Media Source: Cape Talk
Read More | Donate Now | Share This Campaign
Create your crowdfunding campaign
Do you need to raise funds for a personal need such as medical, education, or for a cause or charity?If so, you’re in the right place. 30 000+ people just like you have successfully raised funds on BackaBuddy.
300 000+ donors have supported over 30 000+ heroes like you through their medical treatment, and education or have rewarded a gesture of kindness by paying it forward on BackaBuddy.
We thank our generous donors and hardworking campaign creators everyday for making the world a better place. We are the shoulders on which heroes stand.