Tag Archives: Fundraising

HESC Thank you – June 2017

Share this article… Another month has passed and we are grateful to everyone who has offered a helping hand. Your contribution is invaluable and makes the day-to-day operations at the centre much easier to deal with. Hurleyvale Primary School donated sports equipment and clothing towards our community outreach projects. Pick ‘n Pay Noordheuwel has been an incredible friend of the centre over the years. They recently donated 255kg of milk…
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HESC Thank you – March 2017

Share this article… We are unbelievably grateful to everyone that has supported us by making donations towards the animals at the centre. Your generosity is truly appreciated. The Platter Project Our friends from The Platter Project recently made another donation towards the animals at the centre. Wendy Mitchell and her friends got together to raise funds for a meaningful gift (donation and platter in return) for their dear friend’s 50th…
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Thank you – November 2016

Share this article… We are so grateful for the wonderful support we received from all our HESC supporters during the month of November. Without your contribution, we certainly wouldn’t be able to do what we do. The Platter Project – provides beautifully hand-painted platters. Their mission is to assist individuals and businesses fulfil their social responsibility obligations by raising funds for selected wildlife organisations. HESC has been fortunate enough to…
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HESC at the Telkom 94.7 Cycle Challenge 2016

Share this article…On Sunday, 20th November 2016 the annual Telkom 94.7 Cycle Challenge was held in Johannesburg and a group of cyclists participated on behalf of HESC to raise funds. This is in fact the second year that we’ve had cyclists riding to raise funds for HESC. Judging from the pictures, it seems everyone had a good time. We’d like to thank everyone who participated and rode for the HESC…
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Mount Kilimanjaro – Climb for a Cause

Share this article…  On 14 July 2016, as the red ball of the sun rose over the African landscape, Eddie and Quintin Serton set foot on Uhuru peak at 5.895m (19,341ft) above sea level, the highest peak in Africa, and the world’s highest free-standing mountain. The father and son team from Silver Lakes in Pretoria had successfully summited after trekking the Lemosho route, which is both the longest and most…
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