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Whopping R250k raised for Miracle Drive!

Rabbi David Masinter, Daniel Roy & Richard Isaacs were among fifty six riders who raised a quarter of a million rand for Miracle Drive after initiator Daniel Brouze roped them into riding the 94.7 with his determination to help buy busses for Jewish senior citizens & the folk of Malatjlie
by ANT KATZ | Nov 25, 2013

It all started with Daniel Brouze - who was determined to help raise money to buy a new bus for Jewish senior citizens, as well as for the people of Malatjlie.

PICTURES: GALYA BENDER

It didn't take too muich persuasion to put together a group of 56 riders to take part in last weekend's 94.7 cycle race. But who would have expected them to raise a staggering quarter of a million rand for Miracle Drive too?
 
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PICTURED RIGHT: Former Springbok rugby player Ashwim Williams; Daniel Brouze; and former All Black flyhalf, Carlos Spencer.


Each rider was given a choice as to which project they wanted their money to go. A quarter of a million rand was raised for Chabad’s Miracle Drive!

“As we ride through the journey of life, we dare not solely focus on ourselves. We all need to help wherever we can. For me, this has certainly been a life-changing experience”, said Brouze.
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2 Comments

  1. 2 Grant 25 Nov
    My gran attends the seniors program at Chabad every day. She loves Rabi Kivman and the classes he teaches. It's amazing how they have a dedicated driver and  bus  which fetches the seniors so loveingly daily. She always tells me about the delicious food they get and even more to take home, the Torah study, memory classes, trips and even giving ythem iPads to learn in. It's really incredible! Most amazing is that it's free, well done Chabad!
  2. 1 Michaelis R 28 Nov
    Terrific; a truly wonderful effort. Daniel Brouze did a wonderful job organizing the ride and the proceeds are amazing.

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