Nestle teamed up with Dani Donald to realize her dream of supporting children with cancer, and Kidzcan’s dream of saving the lives of children with cancer in Zimbabwe. THANK YOU!
From Dani: “With the passing last year of my very special 17 year old cousin, Dean Butchart, I have seen how a young individual suffering from cancer reacts when given a fighting chance. Strength, bravery and honour can only come from such an opportunity. My goal, through fundraising in the Memory of Dean Butchart – is to give young cancer sufferers a chance to fight. I am
striving to achieve not only physical improvement with regards to these children, but also psychological and emotional advancement as they are recognized as people who deserve a chance.
With regards to my present focus, Kidzcan, I would like to gain funds that can supply children with the necessary medication as this is a dire need. Further, to provide more beds in the wards as well as diagnostic and x-ray
machines to enhance early diagnosis.
I know that there are many people eager to help but are unaware of where to start; which is why I strive to not only inspire, but create mobilisation and direction towards fighting cancer in young individuals”
To assist me realise my dream, Nestlé Zimbabwe has partnered with Kidzcan to raise funds.
Thank you for your support in memory of Dean.
Thank you to all the golfers, volunteers, and all of our sponsors!
Thank you to Safeguard for sponsoring the event.
Thank you to our Partners – Rotary Club of Harare Dawn.
And, Thank you to Premier Auto and Land rover for our amazing surprise!
It was an amazing day and an incredible event.
A fun-filled day – though the hottest on record, we hear- raised over $10,000!
And a Land rover to boot!
It was a beautiful Mother’s Day at the Jenny Calderwood Fun Run held at Peterhouse School.
Many thanks to all or the organizers, supporters, sponsors and participants! Thank you so much for the incredible work behind the scenes by so many people. Our thanks go to the Rector of Peterhouse, Howard Blackitt, for being so gracious in allowing us to continue to do the run.
Thanks also to the Peterhouse Community for their total support of this amazing event – from the bands to the bagpipes, to all the boys and girls who participated with such enthusiasim, and the incredible Housemaster’s and House mistresses who rallied the different “houses” and created such great competition in raising money. Last, and in no means least, to the amazing ,incredible, organising team, headed by Margot Worswick. Each of you amazing ladies created one of our best fundraising events of the year – you are real pro’s.