“The miracle isn't that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start.” John Bingham
Whether you’re having a bad day or you’re in a good mood, running will boost your spirits and make you feel positive. Which is just one of the reasons why we have encouraged the children to participate in the RUNNING club.
Thanks to RUNNING club facilitators, Ntuthuko Zulu and Percy Dikana, the children have improved their fitness levels and have also participated in various fun runs.
When asked why they enjoy taking part in the RUNNING club, one of the children said, "When I am running, I don't have to think about my problems. All I am concentrating on is the road ahead of me and it's peaceful."
Running for Ethelbert
Ntuthuko Zulu, one of our Child Care Workers, is running the Comrades Marathon on 29 May to raise funds for a new kitchen in Silverton cottage.
Ntuthuko is in need of a new pair of running shoes, so we are appealing to anyone who could donate a new pair
(or towards a new pair) for him to run in. His preference is New Balance’s 780v5.
Details of Ntuthuko’s fundraising drive will be published in the March edition of our monthly newsletter and will be on our website at the same time.