The Pink Phoenix Cancer Foundation recently hosted its second Annual Golf Day at Mount Edgecombe Country Club. Project manager for the organisation, Michelle Luyt said the event was a resounding success. All funds raised at this event is for Pink Phoenix Cancer Foundation's 'Kids 4 Life' Initiative which assists children diagnosed with cancer with funding for treatment costs. Pink Phoenix Cancer Foundation volunteers and committee, Cathy van Lil, Alison van Onselen, Lana Titmas, Marina Nel and Michelle Luyt and front: Candice King and Sharon van Straaten.

Pink golfers drive Cancer awareness

One of the long term goals for Pink Phoenix is to establish a support centre which will offer group support to cancer survivors and their families.
Crusaders Sports Club played host to Pug Rescue South Africa's annual Pug Olympics on Sunday. The 'paw-fect' event, said organiser, Storm Veronie, was aimed at creating awareness on, and raising funds for Pug Rescue South Africa, a NPO. The organisation, founded by Cheryl and Malcolm Gaw, strives to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home abandoned, neglected and surrendered pugs. Gayle Garrett with her pug, Ava Grace who won best dressed pug on the day.

Pug Olympics a barking success

All of the funds raised during the event will be used to rescue, rehabilitate and home abused and neglected pugs across the country.