MAD CHARITY

MAD CHARITY

MAD CHARITY ”Leaders of Tomorrow, need our Leadership Today”

MAD Charity has aimed, since its inception in 2003, to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged academically talented young South Africans by creating exceptional educational and related opportunities. Join Francois Pienaar and his circle of friends in this initiative because the leaders of tomorrow need our leadership today!

THE Chaeli Campaign

The Chaeli Campaign: ”Hope in Motion”

The Chaeli Campaign was founded in 2004 by five girls between the ages of 6 and 12. Chaeli Mycroft, her sister, Erin, and lifelong friends, sisters Tarryn, Justine and Chelsea Terry, started The Chaeli Campaign to raise R20,000 for Chaeli’s motorised wheelchair that was needed by Chaeli who has cerebral palsy and is a wheelchair user. The Chaeli Campaign’s Vision is to promote and provide the mobility and educational needs of disabled children under the age of eighteen years, throughout South Africa, and to use its facilities and resources to assist the disabled community in any way it sees fit. They work in collaboration with other organisations for the advancement of the disabled community.