Established in 1872, we’re the founding society of the SPCA movement in South Africa and the oldest animal welfare institution in the country. We’re a member of World Animal Protection and an Executive Member of the National Council of SPCAs South Africa.
Therefore whether you are a race veteran or first timer join us in our fight against animal cruelty by running for TEAM SPCA in the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon on 15 April 2017 and make a difference in the lives of animals forced to fight.
All that is required of you is to commit to raising a minimum of R2300.00 and you will receive:
- The first 20 people to sign up as part of Team SPCA OMTOM will each receive a set of men’s and ladies watches.
- Our TOP FUNDRAISER will be awarded with a spa package valued at R1600 kindly sponsored by Gingko Spa and Wellness Group and a R1000 voucher kindly sponsored by Actos.
- Our TOP FUNDRAISER will be awarded with an Elixir signature massage kindly sponsored by Gingko Spa and Wellness Group and a R1000 voucher kindly sponsored by Actos.
- Our 2nd top fundraiser will be awarded with an Elixir signature massage kindly sponsored by Gingko Spa and Wellness Group valued and a R1000 voucher sponsored by Actos
- Our 3rd top fundraiser will receive an Elixir signature massage from Gingko Spa and Wellness Group
- Team SPCA runners will also receive a special goody bag from the SPCA;
- We’ll offer you lots of fundraising advice, support and tips on how to confidently ask for support and supply you with a standard appeal letter that you can use to encourage family, friends and colleagues to support you.
- Qualified personal trainer and Certified Animal Lover Claire Davidson will offer Team SPCA runners complimentary training tips.
- You don’t have to handle any money directly.
- We will also be exhibiting at The Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon Expo from the 12-14 April 2017 and will have exciting things on offer!
- Most importantly the personal satisfaction of running and the knowledge that your race has made a big difference to the lives of all animals!
Tel: 021 700 4190