City Couriers 25 year Anniversay Annual Golf day 1st August 2013 – Cheque Handover

CityCouriers_handover2edCity Couriers this year hosted a very memorable Golf Day marking its 25 year anniversary at the Royal Durban Golf Course. Once again the day was very well organized by Tessa Geyser of City Couriers and the Rubicon Events team. The day proved to be most successful and enjoyed by all the participants with the Golf Pros adding great value and players handing in some excellent score cards.

City couriers would like to sincerely thank all its clients and partners in business for the tremendous generosity shown on the Golf Day with every hole sponsored and over R120 000 being raised for the East Coast Radio Rhino Watch Fund. Such an enormous sum will be used most effectively in the fight to protect this endangered species. The prizes donated ranging from beautiful hampers, sports equipment, wines, and appliances through to artwork and holidays were outstanding; we are most grateful for such support.

http://www.ecr.co.za/post/r120-000-donation-for-a-baby-rhino/

“MANY did their bit with 67 minutes of service to make the world a better place on Mandela Day last month, which we should all be proud of, but some don’t wait for that special day to pitch in to help the less fortunate.
One of those is Richard Fisher, head honcho of City Couriers, whose annual golf day has raised much-needed funds for many worthy causes.
Among these over the 25 years the initiative has been running are the Westville Fire Department; Abalindi Welfare Society, a home for the old and frail as well as mentally and physically challenged destitute children; and Liv Village, which provides holistic residential care for vulnerable children.
With rhinos said to be poached at a faster rate than they reproduce, the species is obviously under threat and this year it’s Save the Rhino Foundation’s turn to benefit from the largesse of Fisher and the many golfers who turned out once again on Thursday to support such worthy causes.
Long may it continue.”…

THIS & THAT Clyde Bawden Sunday Tribune