Two down, six more to go!
Clickonit Cares made good use of Casual Day and raised R4 025,80 of their R50 000 target to buy eight wheelchairs for disabled persons in the local community. Wilma Rademan of Clickonit, a local marketing company, says the need of the disabled in George has been weighing heavily on their hearts. “We are raising funds for eight wheelchairs for young and old. What a great opportunity Casual Day was! We were blessed to raise over R4 000, but still need to raise R45 974,20 to reach our goal. This is our mission for the month of September and we won’t stop until we reach our target. We thank everyone who contributed and supported us on Friday 1 September.”
The first two wheelchairs were handed to Valerie Fry and Hannie Hamman on 7 September.
Every year Clickonit Cares drives the “Skud die Blik” project as part of Casual Day. They aim to reach their R50 000 target through donations from local businesses and by collecting from the public.
Rademan thanked their team of “Blikskudders” for their commitment and dedication. “We shall do it, can do it and we will make a difference,” she vows. Contact her on 082 565 9617 to contribute.
Valerie Fry was the second beneficiary of the Clickonit Cares Casual Day fundraiser. From left are Jenny Rademan, Wilma Rademan, Valery Fry with her beloved dog and cllr Sean Snyman.
The 92-year-old Hannie Hamman was elated with her new wheelchair. From front left: Jenny Rademan, Hannie Hamman and Wilma Rademan. Standing: Sean Snyman and Aubrey Aspeling.