Help Rebuild A Legacy

Update posted by Eve Marshall On Dec 19, 2019

You kind people have raised R6 250 so far - thank you so much!! The campaign is still open for donations, every cent raised will go towards replacing what was lost in the fire.

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Big hug from Switzerland!

Barbara Ruben

Backed with R750.00 On Dec 13, 2019

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We dived with Triton in 2013, and hearing about Peter who we just got to know was really a shock to us. You guys go above and beyond and we just love the comradely that you have between employees and of course customers. So sad to hear about the fire , hopefully our donation goes a little way to helping. God bless

John Williamson

Backed with R1000.00 On Dec 07, 2019

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With you guys 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 Lots of positive vibes Can’t wait to see you, and again feel free to ask if you need anything Jen and Jerome

Jen Jerome

Backed with R2000.00 On Dec 07, 2019

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Anonymous

Backed with R1000.00 On Dec 06, 2019

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You will rise from the ashes! You are strong and capable!

Chantelle Pearson

Backed with R500.00 On Dec 06, 2019

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Dear Eve and the rest of the Sodwana team. We spent a few unforgettable days at your lodge in December 2011 on our honeymoon to South Africa and Mozambique. Among other things we saw our very first whale shark after 20 years of diving all around the world - it was amazing!! We are very sorry to hear about the fire and hope that this token gift will help towards rebuilding what has been lost. Hopefully there will be many more to come!!! All the best, Lena and Marcel from Switzerland

Lena Maria Engman

Backed with R1000.00 On Dec 06, 2019

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