Reach For A Dream celebrates 25 years

By Drum Digital
18 August 2013

Reach for a dream celebrated 25-years of bringing smiles to children with life threatening illnesses. The foundation which has touched the lives of thousands of children and fulfilled dreams of near 15 000 children in it’s a quarter of a century’s existence; honours the donors that has made it possible for them to help near 15 000 children realise their dreams.

Girls and boys who have had to endure painful chemotherapy have had a chance to visit Disneyland; holiday in Mauritius; spend time with  their favourite athlete heroes or even realise a simple wish of cooking for their families in a restaurant.

Dressed to the nines; generous donors; children wishing to turn their dreams into reality; their parents and of all those who have realised their dreams gathered at the theatre of the Emperor’s palace to rejoice the quarter of the century’s existence of the organisations.

Reach for A Dream is also one of the few Non Profit Organisations that has survived despite the financial strain. The night was not about challenges; guests danced to the music of PJ Powers and laughed at Marc Lottering’s jokes. When the night was over; the organisation had managed to raise over a million to continue bringing smiles to ill children.

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