We would like to invite you to join in our sponsored golf day to be held at The Hyatt Regency Oubaai Golf Club on Thursday, 7th August 2014. Up with Downs is a school for children with special needs and relies heavily on the continuous support of companies and the George community to meet the growing requirements of the children and school alike. We are currently raising funds to build an Adult Home.
We are inviting you to participate by sponsoring one of the following:
1. Tee – R500 each
2. Green – R500 each
3. Clubhouse – R5000
4. Putting Green – R5000
5. Golf Cart – R250 each
6. Four Ball (incl. 2 carts) – R1600 (R400/player)
Format: Better all Stableford. Shot gun start at 11am. Light dinner and prize-giving in clubhouse at 6pm. Join us for what promises to be a wonderful day.
Up with Downs School, ABSA Bank, George
Account #. 40 50 90 1991 Branch Code 632 005
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Hand prints of all the learners, staff, and American workers on the wall left their permanent mark at Up With Down’s. Thanks A-Team and Anchor Your Life!
For the past two years we have worked alongside Anchor Your Life to help meet physical needs of children in South Africa and Lesotho. Anchor Your Life purchases the items for the packs, Up with Down’s learners assemble the packs and along with an American team we delivered the packs to children in Pacaltsdorp, South Africa and Lesotho. In June 2014, we delivered 250 bags full of blankets, hats, scarves, and gloves to help keep them warm as they face winter temperatures below freezing.
Immediately, the children (and adults) pulled out their new gifts and wrapped themselves in their new belongings.
You can read more about our packing projects with Anchor Your Life at:
27 March 2014. Prieska. Roche Schoeman has completed 1411kms of the mighty Orange River which is in full flood. Two dams of still water are behind him but the most challenging leg of the non-stop, unaided expedition is yet to come……… the dangerous, churning waters of unknown obstacles through Upington leading to the Augrabies gorge.
With the flow as it is today, Roche will complete his swim at Alexander Bay, almost a month before the expected date. What has continued to motivate Roche is the incredible support and hospitality offered by ALL South Africans along the river.
This is an initiative to create awareness and raise funds, to help people with special needs reach their full potential and provide support to the parents and families. All proceeds go to the Up with Down’s Adult Home Fund. To learn how you can help, visit: Adult Home Swim Fund