12 500 walk for school meals

2017-08-29 06:00

Thousands of people took to Cape Town’s streets on Sunday for the 49th annual Blisters for Bread fun walk in aid of the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA).

Starting and finishing at the Green Point Cricket Club, walkers in both the 5km and 10km followed a route along the Sea Point promenade.

This year the 12 500 people who entered raised R625 000 which will enable the PSFA to provide 1390 underprivileged learners with a healthy meal while at school for an entire calendar year, says Charles Grey, fundraising manager of the PSFA.

People’s Post is the print media partner of Blisters for Bread and also had a staff team dressed up as super heroes taking part in the event.

People’s Post freelance photographer Rashied Isaacs captured these moments.

Thousands of people took to Cape Town’s streets on Sunday for the 49th annual Blisters for Bread fun walk in aid of the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA).

Starting and finishing at the Green Point Cricket Club, walkers in both the 5km and 10km followed a route along the Sea Point promenade.

This year the 12 500 people who entered raised R625 000 which will enable the PSFA to provide 1390 underprivileged learners with a healthy meal while at school for an entire calendar year, says Charles Grey, fundraising manager of the PSFA.

People’s Post is the print media partner of Blisters for Bread and also had a staff team dressed up as super heroes taking part in the event.

People’s Post freelance photographer Rashied Isaacs captured these moments.

Thousands of people took to Cape Town’s streets on Sunday for the 49th annual Blisters for Bread fun walk in aid of the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA).

Starting and finishing at the Green Point Cricket Club, walkers in both the 5km and 10km followed a route along the Sea Point promenade.

This year the 12 500 people who entered raised R625 000 which will enable the PSFA to provide 1390 underprivileged learners with a healthy meal while at school for an entire calendar year, says Charles Grey, fundraising manager of the PSFA.

People’s Post is the print media partner of Blisters for Bread and also had a staff team dressed up as super heroes taking part in the event.

People’s Post freelance photographer Rashied Isaacs captured these moments.

Thousands of people took to Cape Town’s streets on Sunday for the 49th annual Blisters for Bread fun walk in aid of the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA).

Starting and finishing at the Green Point Cricket Club, walkers in both the 5km and 10km followed a route along the Sea Point promenade.

This year the 12 500 people who entered raised R625 000 which will enable the PSFA to provide 1390 underprivileged learners with a healthy meal while at school for an entire calendar year, says Charles Grey, fundraising manager of the PSFA.

People’s Post is the print media partner of Blisters for Bread and also had a staff team dressed up as super heroes taking part in the event.

People’s Post freelance photographer Rashied Isaacs captured these moments.

Thousands of people took to Cape Town’s streets on Sunday for the 49th annual Blisters for Bread fun walk in aid of the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA).

Starting and finishing at the Green Point Cricket Club, walkers in both the 5km and 10km followed a route along the Sea Point promenade.

This year the 12 500 people who entered raised R625 000 which will enable the PSFA to provide 1390 underprivileged learners with a healthy meal while at school for an entire calendar year, says Charles Grey, fundraising manager of the PSFA.

People’s Post is the print media partner of Blisters for Bread and also had a staff team dressed up as super heroes taking part in the event.

People’s Post freelance photographer Rashied Isaacs captured these moments.

Thousands of people took to Cape Town’s streets on Sunday for the 49th annual Blisters for Bread fun walk in aid of the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA).

Starting and finishing at the Green Point Cricket Club, walkers in both the 5km and 10km followed a route along the Sea Point promenade.

This year the 12 500 people who entered raised R625 000 which will enable the PSFA to provide 1390 underprivileged learners with a healthy meal while at school for an entire calendar year, says Charles Grey, fundraising manager of the PSFA.

People’s Post is the print media partner of Blisters for Bread and also had a staff team dressed up as super heroes taking part in the event.

People’s Post freelance photographer Rashied Isaacs captured these moments.

Thousands of people took to Cape Town’s streets on Sunday for the 49th annual Blisters for Bread fun walk in aid of the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA).

Starting and finishing at the Green Point Cricket Club, walkers in both the 5km and 10km followed a route along the Sea Point promenade.

This year the 12 500 people who entered raised R625 000 which will enable the PSFA to provide 1390 underprivileged learners with a healthy meal while at school for an entire calendar year, says Charles Grey, fundraising manager of the PSFA.

People’s Post is the print media partner of Blisters for Bread and also had a staff team dressed up as super heroes taking part in the event.

People’s Post freelance photographer Rashied Isaacs captured these moments.

Thousands of people took to Cape Town’s streets on Sunday for the 49th annual Blisters for Bread fun walk in aid of the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA).

Starting and finishing at the Green Point Cricket Club, walkers in both the 5km and 10km followed a route along the Sea Point promenade.

This year the 12 500 people who entered raised R625 000 which will enable the PSFA to provide 1390 underprivileged learners with a healthy meal while at school for an entire calendar year, says Charles Grey, fundraising manager of the PSFA.

People’s Post is the print media partner of Blisters for Bread and also had a staff team dressed up as super heroes taking part in the event.

People’s Post freelance photographer Rashied Isaacs captured these moments.

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