Brent and Kerri chat to some of the incredible athletes who ran from Cape Town to Johannesburg to raise awareness around spinal cord injuries… plus Kelly McGillivray from ‘Night of 1000 Drawings’ pops in to talk about her amazing annual event that uses art to raise money and awareness. There’s also a catch up with the CEO Sympathy Sleepout to see who’s signed up already.
Roxy and Cadi from the Red Cross Foundation, and Cheryl who’s raising funds for South Africa’s homeless women and children pop in to chat. There’s also a catch-up with the CEO Sympathy Sleepout to see who’s signed up… plus more about blanket collections!
Brent Lindeque and Kerri Stein report on all the news that really matters while focusing on the top 5 trending good news stories in the world. Adam Cracker, CEO of IQ Business, pops in to chat about the CEO Sleepout, and more specifically the Sympathy Sleepout – plus Duncan from the Rhino Run in the UK will be chatting about their international campaign which involves running through the underground tubes to raise funds, awareness and ultimately save the rhinos.
Rabbi Ricki Seeff from King David Victory Park talks about their Guinness World Record attempt before Darren Olivier from The CEO SleepOut Trust pops around to chat about this fantastic initiative.
Takalani from the Sunflower Fund chats about the amazing work they are doing. Then, do you remember Steve from FNB? Well, the cat’s out of the bag and you get to meet the real life person who owned that character for so many years. Paige and Kirst end the show with an awesome idea to make a difference by changing just one thing, this week it’s all about The Winter Blanket Drive.
Hlubi Mboya and Gugu Zulu from Redbull Wings of life talk about the world’s most unique running and fundraising race which takes place globally in 35 international locations at the same time. Then, Ella Bella from Miss Earth…
Tanja from ‘Celltone Celebrate & Donate’ talks about this initiative that asks people to donate at their celebrations and events (so instead of getting gifts that you might not use on your birthday, you choose to let your friends donate to a worthy cause instead).
Brent Lindeque and Kerri Stein kick off the show with their regular catch up, reporting on all the news that really matters while focusing on the top 5 trending good news stories in the world. They then interview George Scola…
On this episode it’s all about using sport to do good things. Representatives from the CANSA Get Your Pink On Challenge talk about how the Bulls are kicking it off. We also hear about the Beast Challenge as well as the amazing projects that Sanofi are up to.
From Africa Tikkun, Catherine Van Schoor talks about their amazing Toyi-Toyi for Happiness campaign before Natalie Tanyeli who recently launched an IT academy for youth in need talks about her amazing initiative. All of this along with your regular dose of good news stories from around the world. Be inspired to make a positive difference in the world.