Bowls Day in support of Nikitha Visagie

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Bowls Day in support of Nikitha Visagie

On Saturday, 23 Februarie, the Piet Retief Bowling Club hosted a fundraiser for Nikitha Visagie, a young resident of Piet Retief who was injured in a horse riding accident.

Nikitha Visagie had to undergo various operations and the medical expenses are piling up. The Bowls Day was hosted through a non-profitable organisation, Big Hearts Foundation, to assist her and her family to relieve some of their financial expenses. The event was very well-supported. A total of eight teams entered and 12 games were played.

Congratulations to the following teams: 1st place – Thuthuka Forestry 2nd place – U. Mulder, William and Errol Herrington and Elizabeth Carr 3rd place – Auto House Piet Retief 4th place – Build it from Paulpietersburg Big Hearts Foundation managed to raise a whopping R12 000-00.

Thank you to everyone who attended, supported and organsised the Bowls Day. Your contributions and assistance are highly appreciated.


6 March 2020 – Big Hearts Foundation competition.

The Big Heart Foundation is a private non-profit organization which has made it their mission to provide assistance for any one in need of financial resources, be it for medical care, schooling or charity support.

In order to raise the necessary funds to be able to assist those who approach them, they are hosting a competition where one lucky person could win a Nissan NP200 bakkie. This competition has been ongoing for more than a year now and some participants are starting to wonder if the bakkie is ever going to be won.

After conversing with Neil Francis of the Big Hearts Foundation, he explained that in order to give away the Nissan, they need to raise about another R50 000, to be able to profit from the competition and assist those who depend on them. We urge the community of Mkhondo to please support this competition.

To become eligible for the Nissan NP200, simply SMS your name, surname and Nissan NP200 to 45902. The SMS will cost only R1- 50. The advertisement appears regularly in the Excelsior News too. You can also visit their new website, www.bighearts.co.za to enter the competition (R1-50 per entry). The website also provides more information about the competition and the Big Hearts Foundation.