A big thank you for speaking to our boys on Tuesday. I thought that your presentation was excellent and your message is one that we can all reflect on and take to heart. I have received so much positive feedback from boys and staff.
Cara, thank you too for organising everything so efficiently.
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Article By News24.
Paralympian Achmat “Sharkboy” Hassiem will be among the participants in the Great Optimist Race that will take place at the V&A Waterfront on October 20.
The race was the brainchild of Greg Bertish, 47, founder of The Little Optimist Trust, a public benefit organisation aiming to inspire and help children in hospital through teaching […]
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Article by The South Africa
The race will see 40 Little Optimists navigating the waters at the foot of the iconic Table Mountain, with celebrities, corporates, charities and medical survivors on board.
The project is the brainchild of big wave surfer and charity campaigner Greg Bertish, who himself survived two open-heart surgeries and spent 200 days in […]
Say hello to our local celebs, our captains of the industries and our brave survivors! Meet the team who will be going head to tail at the first annual Great Optimist Race to raise funds for sick and needy kids.
Article by Cape Talk.
Greg Bertish is an adventurer and survivor or a life-threatening illness, which means he knows the importance of having hope. And at the upcoming Cape Town International Boat show, he will be launching the first-ever Great Optimist Race, and it is all about giving hope to children who need it most.
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Big wave surfer, charity campaigner and multiple cardiac-surgery survivor Greg Bertish is launching the first-ever Great Optimist Race at this year’s Cape Town International Boat Show.
Up to 40 Little Optimists will navigate the waters around the V&A Waterfront on 20 October, at the foot of the iconic Table Mountain, with celebrities, corporates, charities and medical survivors […]