Seven7 DRIVE for Kids with Cancer Update – Days 5 & 6
Today the team drove from INHAMBANE (MOZAMBIQUE) to MANZINI (SWAZILAND) – approx. 680km
Departed 5am from Inhambane and Goba border crossing to Swaziland, continue to Manzini to arrive approx 2pm. Visited Manzini clinic and surrounds. Depart approx. 4pm for Mkhaya Nature Reserve. Arrive at camp at approx. 6pm.
“In Swaziland! It was an easy 800km day, and tomorrow we head to Lesotho and Sani Pass. Today we had a quick detour to the Indian Ocean, Jan van Deventer clowned around some, and we spent several hours in Mozambique traffic jams.”
Tomorrow they will travel from MANZINI (SWAZILAND) to MOKHOTLONG (LESOTHO) – approx. 708 km
Depart 5am for Salitjie border post, continue through SA to Sani Pass, and enter Lesotho once up Sani. Continue to Mokhotlong, and Mapouka campsite. Arrive approx 3pm. Visit Mokhotlong clinic/hospital late afternoon.
Please show your support for this trio by donating to the Cause
Donations can be made via the following methods
Make a Donation via our Back-a-Buddy Page
Account Holder: Little Fighters Cancer Organization
Bank: FNB Paarl Mall
Account No: 62277783249
Branch code: 250057
Swift code for international donations: FIRNZAJJ
Trust Reg No: IT2817/2010
PayPal – Donations
The Little Fighters Cancer Trust will appreciate any show of Support by ways of a donation. 100% of funds raised will be used by the Little Fighters Cancer Trust to provide Support to Children with Cancer across South Africa.
Corporate donors who would like to be issued with Section 18A Tax Certificate and BBEEE Documentation, can contact Mandie Erasmus from the Little Fighters Cancer Trust directly on 073 729 6155 or email@example.com .
The Little Fighters Cancer Trust is a registered NPO with PBO status and is a Level 4 BBEEE Contributor. For more information, please feel free to visit our website and join us on social media, either on our Facebook Page or on Twitter @LFCancerTrust
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Posted on 6 July, 2015, in Blog, Seven 7 Drive and tagged cancer, Child Cancer Awareness, childhood cancer, Children with Cancer, Jan van Deventer, KIA SOUTH AFRICA, Leisure Wheels magazine, Little Fighters Cancer Trust, Mkhaya Nature Reserve, Sani Pass, SEVEN7 Drive, SWAZILAND. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.