Doggy fun walk invitation

2017-08-22 06:00
Anticipating the walk (back, from left) Lisa Beard, Craig Mostert, Sphelele Gassa, and (front) Tanith King (left) and Debbie Muller.Photo: supplied

Anticipating the walk (back, from left) Lisa Beard, Craig Mostert, Sphelele Gassa, and (front) Tanith King (left) and Debbie Muller.Photo: supplied

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PEOPLE of all ages and fitness levels, and their four-legged furry friends are invited to participate in the 4thAnnual Sunflower Doggy Fun Walk in support of The Sunflower Fund.

The event is held in association with Village Veterinary Clinic, Petwise and co-organiser Debbie Muller of Cute Marketing Solutions.

The event takes place on Sunday August 27 at the Kloof Country Club cricket field and starts at 9am with registration taking place between 8am and 8.45am. Entrance is R50 for a dog or a person and includes a 2017 signature Sunflower Tope (Tube of Hope) and a goodie bag for the first 200 dogs.

Only socialised dogs on leashes will be allowed entry and wastage bags will be provided for owners to pick up after their pets.

The event aims to raise funds and awareness for The Sunflower Fund whose role is to educate and register more blood stem cell donors to give hope of life to patients suffering from life-threatening chronic blood disorders like leukaemia.

For pre-registered bookings and further information, please contact Tanith King on 031 266 1148 or email tanith@sunflowerfund.org.za

For more information on The Sunflower Fund or how to become a blood stem cell donor, visit www.sunflowerfund.org.za or call toll free 0800 12 10 82 .- Supplied

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