WE JUST HIT R60 000!

After such an incredible response, here is a message from Team Captain Cherry Armstrong.”My first words of thanks go to the team for their incredible dedication and hard work to make this happen. Without the commitment and love from the team, this would not have been possible. A humble and grateful thank you to all of the people who believed in us and donated towards this weekend to assist Celebrate Life and our Ubuntu Microbakery Project, empowering women around the country. Special mention to those individuals who supported us in their personal capacity! Every cent counts towards the most incredible cause.The paddle was the best fun ever, we had exhausted moments but as a team, we rocked it! Thank you again. May we continue to make a difference with the less fortunate in our beautiful country!”A big thank you to two more of our sponsors:Trade Link Industries Pink Pearl Bra Boutique #donate #empower #feed #paddle #ubuntu #teamwork #womenempowerment

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