South African Athletics

Run for Rosa

2017-07-28 15:12
Rosa Carlyle-Mitchell (The Witness)

Cape Town - Rosa Carlyle-Mitchell tragically died while celebrating her 21st birthday, four years ago.

This month, her cousin, Stu Rayner, is running 422km in 10 days, all for charity, in order to put a child through King's school.

King's school, a NGO, has been has been run by the Carlyle-Mitchell family - Rosa's family - for three generations.

Stu has already completed eight marathons and is expected to finish this Friday.

Key channels:

Website: https://www.runforrosa.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RJCMRUN/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/runforrosa

The hashtag: 

#RunforRosa

Important accounts to note on Instagram:

@runforrosa (official IG account) 

@stuey.rayner

Importantaccounts to note on Facebook: 

@RJCMRUN or just @Run for Rosa (official account)

King's School KZN / @kingsschoolkzn

@Stu Rayner 

@Rosa Caryle-Mitchell (she has a memorialised page)

Donation details:

NEDBANK
KINGS SCHOOL TRUST
ACCOUNT NO: 9012628042
ACCOUNT TYPE: SAVINGS
BRANCH CODE: 198765
SWIFT CODE: NEDSZAJJ
REFERENCE: RJCM

The Kings School is registered Sec. 18A Non-profit Organisation. If you require proof of this, please don’t hesitate to mail stuey.rayner@gmail.com and he will provide you with the necessary documentation.

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