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Cycling for Change for TSiBA

07 Mar 2014

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A spirited breakfast was held this morning at the TSiBA Cape Town campus to celebrate their the first ever ‘Cycle for Change’ team to take part in the . TSiBA Team jerseys were handed over to the brave cyclists in preparation for the challenge on Sunday.

The team of 20 is made up of employees and friends of TSiBA. Not only did they join the team ‘to go crazy and wild for a good cause’, as Loyiso Koyana described. But they feel it’s a chance for them to contribute in the spirit of TSiBA’s ‘paying it forward’ ethos by allowing students from disadvantaged backgrounds the opportunity to access education on a tertiary level.

The team have worked extremely hard and continue to raise funds for this initiative. All the funds collected go to sponsoring scholarships for students to study at TSiBA. 

If you would like to help raise a scholarship, please to go www.thundafund.com/cycleforchange.

   

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