Run and walk for Sunflower

2016-09-13 06:00
Geared up for the fun walk-run (from left) Allison Ekstrand (Sunflower Fund), Stephanie Berry, Jay Moodley (South African National Blood Services) and Yita Madolo (Suncoast)  Photo: Steph Stein Photography

Geared up for the fun walk-run (from left) Allison Ekstrand (Sunflower Fund), Stephanie Berry, Jay Moodley (South African National Blood Services) and Yita Madolo (Suncoast) Photo: Steph Stein Photography

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THE Sunflower Fund’s Allison Ekstrand, Stephanie Berry, Jay Moodley from South African National Blood Services and Yita Madolo­ from Suncoast are getting ready for the Pick n Pay Hyper 5km Fun Run- Walk for Charity on Sunday, 25 September at 9.30am. The South African National Blood Services will be holding a mobile blood clinic so support it as your donation could save a life.

The run-walk starts at the Amphitheatre in front of Suncoast, goes along the Boardwalk to the Durban Spa Vacation Resort and back. Pre-registration is recommended. Entry is R50 and includes a Sunflower Tope (Tube of Hope).

Registration takes place at Pick n Pay Hyper in Durban North on Saturday, 17 and 24 September from 10am to 5pm and at Suncoast, outside Mugg & Bean, on Saturday, 24 September from 1pm to 3pm and at the Suncoast amphitheatre on the morning of the race, Sunday, 25 September, from 7.30am to 9am.

Prize-giving will take place directly after the race and five lucky draw prizes­ will be awarded. People of all ages and fitness levels are encouraged to participate as all money raised will be used to help patients diagnosed with leukaemia and in need of a stem cell transplant.
Come join in the fun and help The Sunflower Fund reach its target of 3 000 participants.

The Sunflower Fund thanks Pick n Pay Hyper, Suncoast and Round Table Southern Africa for making the event possible and for their ongoing support. - Supplied.

For more information contact The Sunflower Fund Durban
Office on 031 266 1148 or email Allison Ekstrand

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