Good Morning Angels received a very generous offer from Guardrisk recently. They wanted to donate funds to a worthy organisation or two, who specifically improve the lives of children and women, from funds raised at their 20th anniversary charity golf day. We visited the golf day prize giving, where cheques were handed over to two very special organisations ... Choc, is the first and featured in this morning's edition of Good Morning Angels.
Guardrisk are celebrating 20 years in business and one of our events this year will be a charity golf day. We have a number of business partners who have entered our golf day and we are targeting to raise in the region of R75 000. At this stage we have not agreed on which charity we will donate the money to and we would like an opportunity to discuss this with you, in favour of the Angels fund. In our communication to our clients, we said that the proceeds would go to woman and children, so would we also be afforded an opportunity to agree on where the money is given?
I am happy to meet with you to discuss in more detail.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Dave Honeyman | Executive : Business Development
MORE ON CHOC:
CHOC is an acronym for Children’s Haematology Oncology Clinics and was established in 1979 by a parent group in Johannesburg. They recognised how far-reaching the impact of cancer is on families and the children undergoing treatment. By the end of the century, parent groups had been set up in most main centres. In 2000, a national organisation. They do not receive funding from government but rely heavily on donations from caring corporates, individuals and parents of children with cancer. All funds raised are used to provide all-encompassing support – from direct practical help to the children and their families and those involved in the treatment – to necessary equipment. Read more: http://www.choc.org.za
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