Tough Mudder 2019 – Join In for Education

15 Aug Tough Mudder 2019 – Join In for Education

Dear Partners

Looking for fun, unique ways of giving back? Then Tough Mudder may be for you! 

Tough Mudder is the largest obstacle course challenge on this planet. It features a 16km (Full) or 8km (half) obstacle course of mud and water built to test your mental grit, camaraderie, and physical fitness.

In 2018, the Tomorrow Trust was one of 5 charity beneficiaries of the very first Tough Mudder event held in South Africa. James Donald our CEO and Stacey Rontiris our Senior Programme Manager took part in the full 16km event with a couple of students and friends to raise funds for deserving students.

This year (2019), Tomorrow Trust is thrilled to have been selected as the only beneficiary of the Tough Mudder South Africa event, with 50% of ticket proceeds coming directly back to Tomorrow Trust to fund deserving students in the university/tertiary space.

Take a look at the video: click on link

 https://www.facebook.com/294420192360/posts/10156519511652361/

James and Stacey will be taking part in the event again this year. They have already created a Tomorrow Trust team ready to take on the 16km obstacle course for the second year in a row.

So how can you take part? Register for the event and join our team on the day!

Details:

  • Date:               19th October 2019
  • Venue:            Elgin- Western Cape
  • Costs:              R650 (16km)
  •                            R450 (8km)

How to Get Involved:

  1. Go to www.toughmudder.co.za  and create your own team (teams of 15 and more receive a free Go Pro)
  1. Go to www.toughmudder.co.za and join our Tomorrow Trust Team headed by Stacey to do the 16km with our students and staff. To do this, simply select ‘Join A-Team’ and search for ‘Tomorrow Trust’ during the registration process.

NB: When signing up through either of the two options above please use the promo code: SU2019TT. This will entail you to receive a 10% discount and will ensure that 50% of the proceeds of the tickets are donated to the Tomorrow Trust.

For any questions or inquiries, please feel free to contact Stacey Rontiris – Stacey@tomorrow.org.za