teams up with multiple charities on 947 Cycle Challenge

At, we have a soft spot for those in need, especially those  who cannot stand up for themselves. We have therefore sponsored a large number of our branded BPA free water bottles to The Society for Animals in Distress (SAID), DL Link, The Smile Foundation, Reach for a dream, the Hope Foundation (to name a few) to use as part of their Cycle Challenge goody bags.

To date, have sponsored thousands of water bottles to over 65 charities to show our appreciation for the good work these guys are doing.

We would like to share what these charities are about:

The Society for Animals in Distress (SAID) is the single largest welfare vet care provider in SA. It has been assisting domestic animals since 1958 and currently treat around 100 000 animals a year. The Society is dependent on donations from the public and companies, and are continuously organising social events that contribute towards fundraising. One of these is their annual Dog Jog (2km & 5km), which took place on the 6th of October 2018 at Vorna Valley, Midrand. Every entry to that event will fund the sterilisation of a dog. SAID will also participate at this year’s 947 Cycle Challenge to raise awareness for the charity.

DL Link
DL Link offers cancer patients with love and support and provides communities with training to help care for people suffering from cancer.

The Smile Foundation
The well-known NGO is aimed at providing corrective plastic and reconstructive surgery to children in SA with a facial abnormality. To date they have assisted over 2500 children with surgery to correct abnormalities due to a Cleft Lip, burns etc.

The H.O.P.E Foundation
The H.O.P.E. Foundation (Helping Our People & Environment) is a charity that focuses on uplifting rural and impoverished communities in SA through social development programmes. The charity also addresses environmental conservation and awareness.

Reach for a dream
Reach for a dream is another well known charity. This charity focuses on fulfilling the dreams of children with life-threatening illnesses.

We wish each of the charities and NGOs best of luck with their endeavours for the rest of the year.