Private Property and LIV team up for fun run

Private Property South Africa
Natasha Fraga

A team of 30 volunteers from Private Property and LIV Village recently ran (or walked) the annual Spar Women’s Challenge in Durban. This is a 5- or 10-km fun race that was won in under an hour but took many participants much longer to complete – which is exactly the point of a fun day out!

In its collective effort, the team raised about R14 000 from sponsorships and donations, which will all go to the village as part of Private Property's continued support of the initiative.

Sadly, since the race, one of the 25 homes in the village was lost to a fire. While (most importantly) no-one was hurt, this home’s mother and the children under her care have lost everything. If you are in a position to assist, please contact Natasha on for details on what is needed most urgently.

Here are some fun snaps from the race day!

Workers 2 Leezl Liv Team 1 Group photo

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