Charity run returns

2019-07-09 06:01
Thousands of participants from across the city braved the cold to walk for charity in the 2018 Blisters For Bread. PHOTO: Samantha lee

Thousands of participants from across the city braved the cold to walk for charity in the 2018 Blisters For Bread. PHOTO: Samantha lee

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Entries to the 51st Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) Blisters For Bread annual charity walk are now open, with the walk set to take place on Sunday 25 August.

The fundraising event, in association with Lucky Star, is one of South Africa’s most established community events. It will start at the Green Point Cricket Club and will include two routes along the Sea Point Promenade, a 10km walk that starts at 07:30 and a 5km walk that starts at 08:00. Everyone who enters will receive a medal.

Three of South Africa’s top pop sensations, Paxton Fielies, Jarrad Ricketts (courtesy of Heart FM) and Johnny Apple will be performing live at the finish line.

A host of food and refreshment stores will be available for everyone’s enjoyment. There will also be lots of prizes up for grabs. This year, t-shirts will also be on sale for children.

The colour of the t-shirts are navy blue and can only be purchased online while entering the event at the cost of R100 per t-shirt for adults and children. There will be a special children’s entertainment area hosted by Sasko Sam.

Entries cost R60 per person. Each entry fee will enable PSFA to provide 24 school children affected by poverty with a nutritious cooked breakfast and lunch for an entire day. Entries are limited to 13 000 people.

Group entries close on Sunday 28 July, manual entries close on Sunday 4 August and online entries are set to close on Sunday 18 August.

If you are unable to walk Blisters for Bread this year, you can also make a monetary donation. This can be done by logging onto the website www.psfa.org.za. 100% of all donations will go towards school feeding and are tax-deductible.V For entries, visit www.psfa.org.za

Entries to the 51st Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) Blisters For Bread annual charity walk are now open, with the walk set to take place on Sunday 25 August.

The fundraising event, in association with Lucky Star, is one of South Africa’s most established community events. It will start at the Green Point Cricket Club and will include two routes along the Sea Point Promenade, a 10km walk that starts at 07:30 and a 5km walk that starts at 08:00. Everyone who enters will receive a medal.

Three of South Africa’s top pop sensations, Paxton Fielies, Jarrad Ricketts (courtesy of Heart FM) and Johnny Apple will be performing live at the finish line.

A host of food and refreshment stores will be available for everyone’s enjoyment. There will also be lots of prizes up for grabs. This year, t-shirts will also be on sale for children.

The colour of the t-shirts are navy blue and can only be purchased online while entering the event at the cost of R100 per t-shirt for adults and children. There will be a special children’s entertainment area hosted by Sasko Sam.

Entries cost R60 per person. Each entry fee will enable PSFA to provide 24 school children affected by poverty with a nutritious cooked breakfast and lunch for an entire day. Entries are limited to 13 000 people.

Group entries close on Sunday 28 July, manual entries close on Sunday 4 August and online entries are set to close on Sunday 18 August.

If you are unable to walk Blisters for Bread this year, you can also make a monetary donation. This can be done by logging onto the website www.psfa.org.za. 100% of all donations will go towards school feeding and are tax-deductible.V For entries, visit www.psfa.org.za

Entries to the 51st Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) Blisters For Bread annual charity walk are now open, with the walk set to take place on Sunday 25 August.

The fundraising event, in association with Lucky Star, is one of South Africa’s most established community events. It will start at the Green Point Cricket Club and will include two routes along the Sea Point Promenade, a 10km walk that starts at 07:30 and a 5km walk that starts at 08:00. Everyone who enters will receive a medal.

Three of South Africa’s top pop sensations, Paxton Fielies, Jarrad Ricketts (courtesy of Heart FM) and Johnny Apple will be performing live at the finish line.

A host of food and refreshment stores will be available for everyone’s enjoyment. There will also be lots of prizes up for grabs. This year, t-shirts will also be on sale for children.

The colour of the t-shirts are navy blue and can only be purchased online while entering the event at the cost of R100 per t-shirt for adults and children. There will be a special children’s entertainment area hosted by Sasko Sam.

Entries cost R60 per person. Each entry fee will enable PSFA to provide 24 school children affected by poverty with a nutritious cooked breakfast and lunch for an entire day. Entries are limited to 13 000 people.

Group entries close on Sunday 28 July, manual entries close on Sunday 4 August and online entries are set to close on Sunday 18 August.If you are unable to walk Blisters for Bread this year, you can also make a monetary donation. This can be done by logging onto the website www.psfa.org.za. 100% of all donations will go towards school feeding and are tax-deductible.V For entries, visit www.psfa.org.za

Entries to the 51st Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) Blisters For Bread annual charity walk are now open, with the walk set to take place on Sunday 25 August.

The fundraising event, in association with Lucky Star, is one of South Africa’s most established community events. It will start at the Green Point Cricket Club and will include two routes along the Sea Point Promenade, a 10km walk that starts at 07:30 and a 5km walk that starts at 08:00. Everyone who enters will receive a medal.

Three of South Africa’s top pop sensations, Paxton Fielies, Jarrad Ricketts (courtesy of Heart FM) and Johnny Apple will be performing live at the finish line.

A host of food and refreshment stores will be available for everyone’s enjoyment. There will also be lots of prizes up for grabs. This year, t-shirts will also be on sale for children.

The colour of the t-shirts are navy blue and can only be purchased online while entering the event at the cost of R100 per t-shirt for adults and children. There will be a special children’s entertainment area hosted by Sasko Sam.

Entries cost R60 per person. Each entry fee will enable PSFA to provide 24 school children affected by poverty with a nutritious cooked breakfast and lunch for an entire day. Entries are limited to 13 000 people.

Group entries close on Sunday 28 July, manual entries close on Sunday 4 August and online entries are set to close on Sunday 18 August.

If you are unable to walk Blisters for Bread this year, you can also make a monetary donation. This can be done by logging onto the website www.psfa.org.za. 100% of all donations will go towards school feeding and are tax-deductible.V For entries, visit www.psfa.org.za

Entries to the 51st Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) Blisters For Bread annual charity walk are now open, with the walk set to take place on Sunday 25 August.

The fundraising event, in association with Lucky Star, is one of South Africa’s most established community events.

It will start at the Green Point Cricket Club and will include two routes along the Sea Point Promenade, a 10km walk that starts at 07:30 and a 5km walk that starts at 08:00.

Everyone who enters will receive a medal. Three of South Africa’s top pop sensations, Paxton Fielies, Jarrad Ricketts (courtesy of Heart FM) and Johnny Apple will be performing live at the finish line.

A host of food and refreshment stores will be available for everyone’s enjoyment. There will also be lots of prizes up for grabs. This year, t-shirts will also be on sale for children.

The colour of the t-shirts are navy blue and can only be purchased online while entering the event at the cost of R100 per t-shirt for adults and children. There will be a special children’s entertainment area hosted by Sasko Sam.

Entries cost R60 per person.

Each entry fee will enable PSFA to provide 24 school children affected by poverty with a nutritious cooked breakfast and lunch for an entire day.Entries are limited to 13 000 people.

Group entries close on Sunday 28 July, manual entries close on Sunday 4 August and online entries are set to close on Sunday 18 August.

If you are unable to walk Blisters for Bread this year, you can also make a monetary donation.

This can be done by logging onto the website www.psfa.org.za. 100% of all donations will go towards school feeding and are tax-deductible.V For entries, visit www.psfa.org.za

Entries to the 51st Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) Blisters For Bread annual charity walk are now open, with the walk set to take place on Sunday 25 August.

The fundraising event, in association with Lucky Star, is one of South Africa’s most established community events. It will start at the Green Point Cricket Club and will include two routes along the Sea Point Promenade, a 10km walk that starts at 07:30 and a 5km walk that starts at 08:00. Everyone who enters will receive a medal.

Three of South Africa’s top pop sensations, Paxton Fielies, Jarrad Ricketts (courtesy of Heart FM) and Johnny Apple will be performing live at the finish line.

A host of food and refreshment stores will be available for everyone’s enjoyment. There will also be lots of prizes up for grabs. This year, t-shirts will also be on sale for children.

The colour of the t-shirts are navy blue and can only be purchased online while entering the event at the cost of R100 per t-shirt for adults and children. There will be a special children’s entertainment area hosted by Sasko Sam.

Entries cost R60 per person. Each entry fee will enable PSFA to provide 24 school children affected by poverty with a nutritious cooked breakfast and lunch for an entire day. Entries are limited to 13 000 people.

Group entries close on Sunday 28 July, manual entries close on Sunday 4 August and online entries are set to close on Sunday 18 August.

If you are unable to walk Blisters for Bread this year, you can also make a monetary donation. This can be done by logging onto the website www.psfa.org.za. 100% of all donations will go towards school feeding and are tax-deductible.V For entries, visit www.psfa.org.za

Entries to the 51st Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) Blisters For Bread annual charity walk are now open, with the walk set to take place on Sunday 25 August.

The fundraising event, in association with Lucky Star, is one of South Africa’s most established community events. It will start at the Green Point Cricket Club and will include two routes along the Sea Point Promenade, a 10km walk that starts at 07:30 and a 5km walk that starts at 08:00. Everyone who enters will receive a medal.

Three of South Africa’s top pop sensations, Paxton Fielies, Jarrad Ricketts (courtesy of Heart FM) and Johnny Apple will be performing live at the finish line.

A host of food and refreshment stores will be available for everyone’s enjoyment. There will also be lots of prizes up for grabs. This year, t-shirts will also be on sale for children.

The colour of the t-shirts are navy blue and can only be purchased online while entering the event at the cost of R100 per t-shirt for adults and children. There will be a special children’s entertainment area hosted by Sasko Sam.

Entries cost R60 per person. Each entry fee will enable PSFA to provide 24 school children affected by poverty with a nutritious cooked breakfast and lunch for an entire day. Entries are limited to 13 000 people.

Group entries close on Sunday 28 July, manual entries close on Sunday 4 August and online entries are set to close on Sunday 18 August.

If you are unable to walk Blisters for Bread this year, you can also make a monetary donation. This can be done by logging onto the website www.psfa.org.za. 100% of all donations will go towards school feeding and are tax-deductible.V For entries, visit www.psfa.org.za

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