Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2011’

  • FIve 2Bcyclists

    Journey’s end for intrepid cyclists

    Here is a photograph of the five cyclists who journeyed – by bike – from Johannesburg to Durban to raise funds for I Care’s children. Their target was R10,000.00 and they doubled this amount! Pictured, from left to right, Darren Gray, Bradley Atkinson, Paul Hellberg. …

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  • ICARE 2B 2BRotary 2Bat 2BPermaculture 2BGarden 2B5August 2B2011

    Permaculture for I Care

    Rotarian Michel Boulle invited fellow Rotarians and I Care’s Nevil Carrington to visit Durban’s Botanic Gardens in August to see the permaculture food garden project and have the system explained to them.Nevil told Michel that I Care liked the idea and were very keen to …

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  • South African Flag

    The children from Addington Primary School and the world’s top chefs at the Bidvest/Unilever function on August 27 form the national flag during their dance routine.

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  • Cycle Tour

    Mike Howell who is a strong supporter of I Care’s work with street children, and a group of cycling friends plan to ride from Johannesburg to Durban to raise funds.The group will travel to Johannesburg on Friday, September 23, visit our branch in Brixton the …

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  • The Bidvest Unilever World Chefs Tour

    On Saturday, 27 August, top chefs from all over the world walked from Moses Mabhida Stadium to Addington Primary School where they were met by 700 children who had learned a special dance for them. The chefs joined in the dancing and then gave the …

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  • Shaun Tomson

    Shaun Tomson, international surfing icon, launched his book, ‘Surfers’ Code’ on Wednesday, 3 August at the Sandton Sun. Although 650 tickets were sold, staff at the convention centre were adding extra chairs even before the start of proceedings.Attending the event were Jenni-Lyn van Niekerk and …

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  • Running for I Care

    This is 14 year old Caitlin O’Neill who has just completed a 5 mile run to raise money for I Care. She lives in London with her parents who were both born in South Africa. They still have relatives and friends here and visit regularly. …

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