Many of you have probably seen the brag posts / stories / boomerangs about my little sister being chosen to represent the South African Lifesaving team at the DHL International Surf Rescue Challenge (ISRC) 2017 in New Zealand at the end of November.
What you don't see though in between her final exams, studying & 5am training sessions is the countless hours of voluntary duty spent patrolling the beaches keeping the community safe on weekends, public holidays & school holidays. Megs is currently busy with Matric and leaves straight after her final exam to catch a flight to make it to the competition in time.
For some background Megs has had the honour of representing Western Province Lifesaving at 6
National Lifesaving Championships and was invited to take part in the
National trials after winning the U19 beach sprints at SA Champs in
Camps Bay in March, after which she was selected to represent South
If are able to donate to help my little sister raise the funds necessary for the last few expenses it would be greatly appreciated.
We've been training super hard & i know she is frothing to don the green & gold skull cap and make her country proud!
10% of the funds raised will be donated to NSRI Gordon's Bay Station 9.who also give selflessly of their time to protect both human & marine life along our coastline.
For more information on the competition please visit Surf Lifesaving New Zealand and DHL International Surf Rescue Challenge (ISRC) 2017.