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Snowdrift Siberians:
Andre and Natalie van der Merwe founded Snowdrift Siberians in 1994 have been involved with this magical breed ever since. We breed, sled and show our Siberian Huskies. We firmly believe that this amazing breed needs to be more than just show dogs, they need to be able to perform their original function in harness as well. That way, we can ensure that their legendary sledding history is one that is carried forward to future generations. Snowdrift has been mushing recreationally since 1995.
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Miniature Blue Train:
Riding the Blue Train is a fun activity for children from one year old and up. Have a little trip on Cape Town's only miniature train with a view of the sea, passing ships and Robben Island. You can also spend quality time in the safe park, playing on a jungle gym and other play items. Group bookings for rides are available. This is also a great place to celebrate a birthday. Tickets are R8 a ride. Proceeds generate funds for the Rotary Club of Sea Point's projects, so this is not only fun, but good causes benefit as well. The train operates from 9am until sunset, weather permitting.
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Cape Town Sledding:
Cape Town Sledding was formed “by the mushers—for the mushers” in August 2007... In recent years the sport of Dryland Sledding has gone from strength to strength, especially in the Gauteng area under the guidance of various clubs and organisations where it has taken on a formal structure with various events throughout the year, culminating in the SA Championships under the banner of SAFSS.
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Doit4Charity:
Entering an event or participating in an adventure sport like skydiving or bungee jumping? Why not Do it 4 Charity? Pick your favourite cause - any registered South African non-profit organisation - and set up your own online fundraising blog on www.doit4charity.org.za free of charge. Use your blog to tell everyone what you are doing and why.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Africa:
A NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION, Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Africa (BBBSSA) provides a mentoring programme for youth in need or at risk. BBBSSA targets youth-in need and operates in conjunction with organizations such as Schools, Children’s Homes, Diversion/Community programmes and HIV/AIDS programmes. Postive role-models are trained and matched with youth to provide guidance, care and support and to assist them in maximising their potential.
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Ikamva Labuntu:
Thirty years ago, Helen Lieberman, stunned by the effects of poverty she saw around her, began a tiny program to help mothers and children. Today Ikamva Labuntu is a massive organisation that helps thousands of people in need in South Africa. It builds and supports crèches, schools, senior and youth centres, programs for the disabled, skills training and building initiatives. It employs social workers, occupational therapists, community fieldworkers, nurses and teams of volunteers.
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Reach For A Dream:
On July 7, 1988, the Reach For A Dream Foundation made its very first dream come true, when JC Steinman was treated to rides on a pony and motorcycle for his birthday.
The Foundation fulfils the dreams of children of all income groups and of any race, colour or creed between the ages of 3 and 18 years who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness by a doctor.
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The Children’s Hospital Trust:
The Children’s Hospital Trust is the fundraising arm of the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital. 100% of the money we raise goes towards purchasing the most up-to-date medical equipment, to the ongoing building and refurbishment of the Hospital, as well as to supporting educational programmes at the Hospital. Built in 1956, the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital urgently needs funds to upgrade the 50 year old building and purchase modern equipment.
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Cotlands – Western Cape:
Cotlands on a national level to create self-sufficiency and competency for South African children and their families living with HIV and AIDS, in order to reduce the incidence of AIDS-related child abandonment and neglect. We have been going for over 70 years and it is our passion is to see vulnerable children in South Africa safe and properly cared for.
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Social Responsibility:

We at Uncover the Cape are acutely aware of how fortunate we are to live and work in the best part of the best country in the world! However, we are also aware of the sad fact that there are people here in the Cape who have for some reason fallen between the cracks, as it were and therefore cannot enjoy the abundant activities our magnificent Province has to offer.

We also believe it is our duty as privileged inhabitants of Cape Town to do whatever we can to help those less fortunate and thus hopefully help change their lives and fortunes in such a way they too can participate in the awesome bounty we have been blessed with here in our beautiful Cape.

We have identified two groups of disadvantaged inhabitants of our City which we wish to focus our Social Responsibility Program on:
The first is our young people: Street children, orphans without support, the abandoned and the abused. We know that under the right circumstances, these children can live productive, happy lives and consequently make a valid, positive contribution to our Province and our Country. They are our hope for the future.

The other group we wish to support are the old, the infirm, and the neglected senior citizens who have absolutely nobody to turn to in their time of need and misery. These people have often made a positive contribution to society in some way, but things have gone wrong, for whatever reason, and we owe them our respect and help.

We at Uncover the Cape intend to highlight and discuss in detail those NGO's focus on the groups discussed and we encourage you to give of yourself, in whatever way is possible, and thus help make our so fortunate Cape an ever better place.

Most importantly, please do not hesitate to inform us of any activity or structure involved with above Social Responsibility Programs which you consider worthy of our support.
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