The WALLY HAYWARD MARATHON will be supporting 6 charities again in 2015.

  • 3 for Child Welfare (Child Welfare Tshwane, Amadea Safe Houses and Reddingsdaad Broodjieprojek),
  • 2 for Cancer (Rainbows and Smiles & PINK  DRIVE )
  • 1 for Animals (SPCA Tshwane).



The charities will be making a special effort to ensure that the 2015 Wally Hayward Marathon will be an event that the whole family can enjoy - with a 1KM race for the Kiddies, a 4.9 km MARAFUN (which you can enter in FANCY DRESS for a minimum donation of R10 to the charities) and a Kiddies Entertainment area supervised by Child Welfare TShwane where you will be able to safely leave your kiddies while you participate in one of the events. There will also be MASSAGES available after your event for a minimum donation of R20 to the charity of your choice.

Fancy Dress

You can either CLICK THE IMAGE ABOVE or else use the following link
to enter the 4.9 km and FANCY DRESS Competition on-line until 24 APRIL 2015.

WARNING: It can get HOT, (even in May), so PLEASE wear fancy dress that will be comfortable to run or walk 4.9 km in in potentially HOT weather.




Kids jumping on a Jumping Castle


Child Welfare Tshwane will be organising a supervised Children's entertainment area, for children from 3 years to 10 years of age, with entertainment - including Jumping Castles, face painting, puzzzles, clay, colouring in and a teasure hunt.

Chart of kiddies activities

Parents will just need to purchase a plastic hospital identity bracelet for each child for only R 30  for the entertainment for your kiddies  between    05h30 and 11h30  on the morning  of 1 May 2015.


You can pay for this  together with your race entry - or you can even only pay for the Kiddies entertainment, without having to enter any of the races.








Rainbows and Smiles is small Public Benefit Organisation that supports children with cancer. We provide emotional, social and financial support to families and caregivers in need when a child (or children) of that family is diagnosed with a life threatening illness such as cancer.


In addition, Rainbows and Smiles encourage childhood cancer awareness to educate in the hope of promoting early detection. We educate people on the early warning signs in the hope that we could help save the life of a child with cancer. Rainbows and Smiles mobilise across racial boundaries, amongst the physically challenged, beyond class, religion, cultural and gender and we are guided by democratic principles.


Rainbows and Smiles principles include creating hope, smiles and relief for families and caregivers of children with cancer. Most people are not aware that when cancer attacks a child, it attacks a family. Once cancer has attacked, it is not long before many hard working families begin to lose everything because they have a choice to make: stay home to care for their child and family or leave to go to work. They make this decision with a heavy heart knowing that whatever choice will have an adverse effect on their family.


Jed and Mom


The organisation was founded by Bonita Suckling; a mother of a child, Jed Brady Suckling. Sadly, Jed passed away at the age of 6; after a 3 year battle with aggressive cancer. Your assistance and help means so much to us but even more to these children and their families. Thank you for considering running YOUR marathon for Rainbows and Smiles and for making a difference in the life of a child with cancer.


As we are registered as a Public Benefit Organisation, donors may claim donations to the foundation as tax deductions. Donors may also claim BBBEE points against the socio-economic development element of the BBBEE scorecard.


Rainbows and Smiles is audited to ensure that funds received from donors go towards the needs of children it supports.



Bonita Shannon Suckling

Jed and Mom

Always Jed's mommy!
Rainbows & Smiles
A Public Benefit Organisation
076 070 3061
or 083 460 0999
or (031) 572 2456


Get your BBBEE points by making a difference in the life of a child with cancer!




About Us

Cause Marketing Fundraisers (CMF) is a non-profit organisation and, through our PinkDrive campaign, we are committed to improving breast cancer awareness, education, and providing and offering services to women across South Africa, particularly to those who do not have access to information on breast health.  We currently have two mobile breast units, an education unit working in approximately 103 community health centers in Gauteng and a mammography unit, which operates at 3 community health centers in the Cape Town area, under the Tygerberg Hospital jurisdiction.

We aim to:

  • provide affordable, convenient mammography services to women in the private and corporate sectors; and
  • provide free screening and education to disadvantaged communities via local clinics, community health centres and specified hospitals with no oncology facilities.
  • We have recently opened a clinic on Pretoria station (opposite the tickets office) where people can go for a free breast screening.


Antoinette Joubert 

+27 82 449 9079 |   +27 012 332 2945 |  Fax:  +27 86 723 6922
Address: 21 Bond Street, Ferndale, Randburg, 2194

To donate R20 sms the word PINKDRIVE to 40158     



Child Welfare Tshwane logo


Child Welfare Tshwane
helping families to live.


Give your heart to a child. Run the Wally Hayward Marathon  and help a child in need.



Child Welfare Tshwane is 95 years old! 
Our Vision and Purpose is to provide a safe home environment for every child in Tshwane.

We want to protect children and ensure that they have the opportunity to reach their full potential.



We will be supervising KIDDIES ENTERTAINMENT (including a jumping castle) for kiddies of 3 to 10 years of age at a cost of only R30 per child.


Kids jumping on a Jumping Castle


Celia Lourens
Marketing and Fundraising Manager
Child Welfare Tshwane
Tel: 012 460 9236
Fax: 012 460 6333
77 Nicolson Street, Bailey's Muckleneuk, Pretoria, 0181

"Unlocking the Potential of Vulnerable Children"  &




Our Vision

To provide a loving and safe haven for abandoned, abused, neglected and disabled children - of which some are affected or infected by HIV/AIDS and assisting in feeding the underprivileged in the community. To empower women in the area to become self sustaining by teaching them income generating skills.

What do we do?

Our caring is divided into two broad categories:

  • The first is focused on providing a loving and caring home for orphans, abused and HIV/AIDS infected/affected children, which is known as Amadea Safe House, while
  • The second part of Rina's work involves reaching out to destitute rural and local communities though provision of essential needs and people development projects.

Rina Malan

082 955 9830 & (012) 542 4500 & Fax: 086 524 8630



Kwaggaspoort Reddingsdaad logo


Providing nutritious lunch packs for more than 150 disadvantaged children in two schools as well as providing food, clothing and accommodation for 60 adults and 13 children and assisting 75 families in Danville. 

Lenie Pretorius
083 507 7717 & (012) 386 9981

Web site:



SPCA Tshwane logo


For the Animals.

The Tshwane SPCA helps abused, neglected and abandoned animals in the greater Tshwane metro.

Without any government support, we rely on individuals to help us protect and rescue animals, as well as to provide affordable veterinary treatment.

For more information go to or to to make a donation.


"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi 


Korky Levanon  
Fundraising & Public Relations 
012 8035219 (tel)   012 8035775 (fax)      
Facebook: Tshwane SPCA 

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It will unfortunately not be possible to hold a dog walk this year due to logistical problems.




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