The Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) has announced the provisional Top 10 charity fundraisers for this year’s #ComradesCentenaryHopeChallenge virtual event. More than a million rand has been raised for the Amabeadibeadi Charities via the Comrades Centenary Hope Challenge this year. The provisional Top 10 Amabeadibeadi Race4Charity fundraisers are as follows:
Dean Wight Hillcrest AIDS Centre R538,853
Grant Cummings Wildlands R367,469
Neo Molepe CHOC R130,180
Axel Rittershaus CHOC R20,625
Catherine Hopkins Community Chest R19,600
Matthew Luff Hillcrest AIDS Centre R18,650
Andrew Watt Hillcrest AIDS Centre R15,000
Roger Comish Community Chest R12,700
Andrew Morrison-Young Rise Against Hunger R11,594
Deborah Berridge CHOC R11,232
The CMA’s six official charities are:
  • Childhood Cancer Foundation
  • Community Chest of Durban & Pietermaritzburg
  • Hillcrest AIDS Centre
  • Hospice KZN
  • Rise Against Hunger
  • Wildlands Conservation Trust
Since 1996, over R60-million has been raised via the CMA’s Amabeadibeadi Charity Drive.   Runners and supporters can also purchase a range of Amabeadibeadi merchandise, the proceeds of which also contribute to the fundraising initiatives of the Comrades Charities. Click through here: