THISTLE BRIS TLE GROUP R AISE MONEY FOR MO VEMBER CAMPAIGN
A L OCAL b and o f busine ssmen ha ve tak en up the Mo vember chall enge with a crims on t wist.
The cr ew ha ve e stablished the This tle Bris - tle F oundation, which r aises mone y and c ontributes t o the Mo vember a wareness driv e against t esticular c ancer.
The busine ssmen pl edged a shar e o f the profits fr om their r espective or ganisations t owards the int ernational mo vement.
Farmyard Or ganics o wner John Kidg er said his r ed mous tache has g arnered s ome a wkward s tares. “Mo vember is mor e than jus t an excuse t o gr ow a g ood mous tache. I am proud t o put my c ompany behind a f oundation that is helping t o br eak do wn the s tigma that surr ounds men ’s he alth,” he said.
He added that l ast y ear This tle Bris tle raised R15 000 f or the Mo vember F oundation of South A frica, and r anked 6 3rd in the c ountry f or their c ampaign.
This y ear the y’re aiming t o be pl aced in the top 10 c ontributors t o the fund.
He als o pl edged t o donat e 10 c ents f or e very b ag o f c ompost his c ompany s old.
Thistle Ho tel o wner Duck y Duck worth als o joined the e ffort, pl edging 10 c ents f or e very beer s old.
Companies c an donat e online , or b y c ontacting John Kidg er at 083 257 9594 up until Wednesday, Dec ember 10. • sis email@example.com
Mo-Bro’s fr om the ‘Thistle Bris tles’ team ha ving a c old beer at Pietermaritzburg’s Thistle Ho tel ar e, from l eft: Ian McDonald, Hennie Scheepers, Cr aig Lyle, Tim Cornish (multiple Dusi Canoe Mar athon winner) and their captain John Kidg er from...