Our happy village comprises committed fundraisers, willing volunteers, magic corporate sponsors and dedicated staff who all play an important part in helping to give our children back their childhood.
947 entries are open for Sunday 15 November 2015!!
Armour-it is hosting another team of cyclists at the Momentum 947 challenge this year to collect funds for a charity called Hearts of Hope! Hearts of Hope run a children’s home that cares for children of misfortune, they currently have 28 orphaned and vulnerable children, and rely on support from the community. We would love to have you as part of our team cycling on the 15th of November 2015. For more information click here
Irish sisters raising funds
Sarah and Holly Frame are sisters, aged 10 and 8. Touched by the work Hearts of Hope are doing, they went back home to Ireland after being on holiday in South Africa and decided to raise some funds. The girls decided to do a 2 mile swim and get sponsored for it. They raised R15 000.00 Read more here
Armour-iT – Momentum 94.7 2014
A big special THANK YOU TO OUR 94.7 RIDE FOR A PURPOSE SPONSOR… Drum roll for….Armour-iT, a proudly South African brand launched by AGtivity in 2014. Armour-iT offers premium protection for mobile devices. Protection, clarity, ease of application, product durability & premium quality all constitute Armour-iT’s key consumer value adds. Armour-it can be found in selected retail outlets & online at www.armour-it.co.za Armour-iT is hosting a team of cyclists at the Momentum 94.7 challenge this year to collect funds for Hearts of Hope. Annabel Pretorius will be hosting the ride. Armour-iT has raised R18 000 thus far.
Brenda Wortley took on her 7th Comrades this year, to raise much needed funds for a cause close to her heart – the Hearts of Hope children’s home. Brenda raised R38 000 in her quest. Thank you to everyone who opened their wallets to help give children back their childhood. Keep running Brenda! Read more here
2014 Cape Argus
Murray Tenhope, Damon Wiseman and Sebastian Dawber completed the Argus on 12 March 2014. There was lots of wind and the first 40-50 kms were very difficult, riding directly into the wind. However, they kept together as a team during this time, and managed to help and spur each other on to keep going at a decent pace. They also all rode Chapman’s Peak and Suikerbossie, passing many walking cyclists and sticking to their commitment not to get off their bikes! Check out their adventure here Thank you to an awesome team, for raising R25 200 for Hearts of Hope.
New York MarathonWELL DONE Chris!! Chris Buttle from Johannesburg completed the ING New York City Marathon in 2013. Chris raised R62 770 for Hearts of Hope. Thank you to everyone who supported Chris in his worthy effort. [olimometer id=3]
In May 2013, 14 Australians took part on the 3 day mountain bike race Sani2C. Over a period of 12 months they all trained to compete as well as raising money for Hearts of Hope. There have been a range articles written on the event.
Brenda Wortley’s interview on how to run the Comrades Marathon whilst juggling being a busy mom, executive at DStv Media and a director at Hearts of Hope. Read more here
Want to volunteer?
We’d love to have you! Here’s how:
1. Fill out the volunteers’ form here
2. Attend one of our regular volunteer training programmes
3. Commit to regular times. Our kids are so happy to see you become a part of their routine
4. Be accountable. Make it easier by involving friends, your work or religious group
No special skills or expertise required
Lend an expert hand
Volunteers can lend an expert hand with:
• Occupational, speech and play therapies
• Counselling in Sotho, Xhosa or Zulu
• Maths and English tutoring
• Driving lessons
• Transport for our staff
• Any medical and developmental specialists
To find out more about volunteering, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all our corporate sponsors for your continued, invaluable support.
We have an incredibly dedicated staff without whom we would never be able to give our children back their childhoods. We can never say thank you enough – you guys make a difference in our children’s lives everyday!