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Oli (2016B) and Luke Stevens (2018B) to cycle 300km for CAN to provide food parcels

The Stevens family have decided to help those less fortunate by conducting a 48-hour indoor cyclathon.

From 1 May 8 pm to 3 May 8 pm, Oli, Luke and 3 other family members will be cycling in rotation on indoor trainers to raise funds for CAN, a Constantia based charity.

The charity provides food parcels to people in Khayelitsha who are in desperate need of assistance during this period. The lockdown has, of course, rendered all jobs null and so most of these people are unemployed, meaning they have little to no money to provide for their families.
Oli and the Stevens’ please ask you to sponsor their efforts to make a difference in a person’s life.

Any donations are most welcome here. If you are unable to donate please share this story with friends and family.

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