Updated 26 September 2013

Fill a tummy year-long by taking part in cycle challenge

Afrika Tikkun and KFC's cycle stars are are taking part in the Momentum cycle challenge to fill a hungry child's tummy for a year.

Join Afrika Tikkun and KFC's cycle stars and ride the Momentum 94.7 cycle challenge to fill a child's tummy for a year.

Did you know that over 12 million South Africans go to bed hungry every night?

By raising funds to fill a tummy, riders are ensuring that some of the country's most vulnerable children are getting the right nutrition, which provides the building blocks to a happy, productive childhood.

A media statement says the goal this year is to raise enough money to fill 300 tummies for a year.

The cycle stars have been challenged to raise enough funds to fill two tummies for a year at a cost of R2 280.

Be part of a winning team - change lives and register today.

Start your fundraising online by creating a profile on - it's so easy for your friends and family to sponsor you this way.

Well be giving away prizes and organising events before the race to get the Afrika Tikkun team spirit going, including a carbo-loading night, training sessions and a ride through Diepsloot township to one of the Early Childhood Centres.  Here you will see the tangible impact of your fundraising efforts.

Riding the Cycle Challenge is a great achievement but knowing that you''re keeping a child fed for a year is truly amazing.

Where & When: 17 November, Waterfall Country Estate, Johannesburg.

Closing date for charity entries:  26 September.

For more information visit: Any questions please email, or call Claire on 076 835 3509.

Picture:  Cyclists from Afrika Tikkun



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