Record-breaking South African athlete Jamie Marais will attempt to cycle a vertical ascent of 16,000 metres in just 36 hours on 29 and 30 August 2020 within Kariega Game Reserve. This is the equivalent of riding almost twice the height of Everest, the total ascent of the gruelling eight-day Absa Cape Epic mountain bike race and 590 km in one go.
The Kariega Foundation invites you to join Jamie and make a difference to the lives of South African people and wildlife who are facing huge challenges. In Jamie’s words: “No giant is too big to face.”
The Kariega Foundation is offering our South African friends the incredible opportunity to make a donation to support Jamie in this epic ride and enjoy a safari at Kariega Game Reserve. All donations will go to the Kariega Foundation for the rhino anti-poaching unit and community food relief programme.
Make a minimum donation of R12,000 and enjoy a fantastic Kariega safari weekend at the beautiful Main Lodge for two people, for two nights from 11 to 13 June 2021.
Jamie will join us for the weekend and give behind-the-scenes insights into his record-breaking ride along with motivational tips on how he pushes through extreme physical and emotional discomfort in pursuit of a goal and the opportunity to help others. Valuable lessons in our Covid-19 world.
Your minimum donation of R12,000 includes:
For cycling enthusiasts there is an additional option to make a further minimum R5,000 donation and join Jamie Marais for some exhilarating mountain biking in and around Kariega Game Reserve during the weekend. This offer is limited to 20 riders.
If you would like to support #jamierides4rhinos and secure your booking for the Kariega Safari weekend package, please email Cindy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Support Jamie’s recording-breaking effort by making a donation or starting a fundraising campaign of your own to help us achieve our equally massive crowdfunding target of raising R1 million to ensure our rhino remain safe and neighbours fed.
All funds raised will go to the Kariega Foundation for the rhino anti-poaching unit and community food relief programme.