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Ride for Reach for a Dream

Written by: Sashni Pather

Reach for a Dream has made 25 000 dreams come true for children with terminal illnesses. In 2016 alone, 1 400 dreams have become a reality leaving many children with smiles on their faces.

We're looking for Dream Riders to join us in the 947 Cycle Challenge. By riding with, cyclists get to make more dreams come true at a cost of R1 800.

Julia Sotirianakos, Reach for a Dream CEO

Julia Sotirianakos spoke to John Robbie about what this entry fee gets you and how you can change the life of a sick child. Listen here:


This article first appeared on 702 : Ride for Reach for a Dream




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