These are the charities who walked at the MTN Walk the Talk with 702 2018:

If you’d like to donate funds to one of our participating charities:

Contact the team leader directly for information on how to donate to their charity.

Charity NameTeam leaderEmail AddressWebsite
Epic Foundation Alta McMaster
Hike for Haemophilia Sarah Penman
Abraham Kriel Bambanani Ricci Boonzaaier
Animal Anti - Cruelty League Carren Nickloes
Sparrow Schools Educational Trust Nazeera Gaffoor
Rand Aid Association Neeri Stroebel
Rare Diseases South Africa Nicola du Plooy
Johannesburg Dream Center NCP Po-Chuan You
Wollies Animal Project Carla De Beer
Hopelands Stephen Lamprecht
Empowervate Trust Amanda Blankfield-Koseff
Bukho Bami Youth Centre Tshiamo Makama
Egoli Blind Mark Kaplan http://n/a
Tomorrow Trust Stacey Rontiris
Keep on Walking for MS Brian Eades
COPESSA (Community-Based Prevention and Empowerment Strategies SA) Kelebogile Lechela
Imagine Karey Hawley
The Inam Foundation for Autism Vezi Silwanyana
Lawyers against Abuse Tanaka Majecha
Tyler Sassman Cancer Foundation Antashia Sassman
Phila Sonke Samantha Macfie http://n/a
Underdogs SA Rehabilitation Center Estelle Catharine Smith -Africa
Doctors Without Borders Southern Africa Kgothatso Banoe
ReDineo Busisiwe Tshabalala
Dogtown SA Tracey Joy Christie
Lupus Foundation of South Africa Sibongile Komati
Happy Smiles Dr Emad Ghabrial http://n/a
Johannesburg SPCA Bernadette Arneil
Ann Harding Cheshire Home Jackie Kyle
SOS Children's Villages SA Cherie Cusens
Underdogs SA Rehabilitation Center Estelle Smith
Batho Bohle Charity Drop in Centre Itireleng Sipula
Bongi Ngema Zuma Foundation Michael Lubisi
Broader Tswelelang Community Development Foundation Patti Mkwanazi
Hope for Africa Foundation Jabulane Thabethe
The Cradle of Hope Helen Frerk
Corruption Watch Patience Phiri
Jicama 89 Sibonisele School for the blind henderson Gondwe
Baby Therapy Centre Maryke Allers
Special Wings Foundation Ashley Biggs
Gauteng Rehab Keabecoe Ngubeni http://n/a
Pathways Roodepoort Arno Bareiss
LIV Lanseria Jay Strydom