Supporters

We are delighted at the enthusiasm with which our adventures have been greeted. However, to enable us to carry out the education and water monitoring components of the uMngeni River Walk successfully, we need financial support too.

N3Toll Concession (through the Midlands Conservancies Forum) are covering the basic costs of the 2013 Tributary Walks.

Thank you to these people and organisations for joining the Fellowship of the River and supporting us during the 2012 uMngeni River Walk:

  • Clare Langon
  • Dargle Conservancy
  • Beverley Country Cottages
  • Tanglewood Country House
  • Umgeni Valley Nature Reserve
  • Hilton College Estate
  • Kathryn and Gavin Coulson
  • Eidin Griffin and Malcolm Draper
  • Dargle Local Living Food Heroes
  • Lake Lyndhurst
  • SAPS Midlands Sports Shop
  • Gill & John Graaf – uMfula Store
  • Dargle Ducks
  • Midlands Conservancies Forum
  • Yvonne Munk, Tamara Mork-Chadwick, Pam Haynes, Julia Colvin, Merrill King, Liz Gow and Moraig Peden for meals
  • Umgungundlovu District Municipality
  • Andrew Booth
  • Umgeni Water
  • Duzi Productions
  • Highveld Midlands Eggs
  • Hanbury Chickens
  • WESSA/WWF Eco-Schools and Pietermaritzburg Eco-Schools Node
  • Richardson
  • Croft Farm Chickens
  • Riverside Hotel
  • Anonymous
  • Margie Pretorius in memory of her mum, Biddy Adams
  • Dr BL Shapiro
  • Azalea Rotary Club
  • Groundcover
  • Red Apple Cafe
  • Mills Fitchett – Howick
  • DUCT
  • Gertrude Tonsing
  • Greg and Wilma Martindale
  • Midlands House of Healing
  • Cumberland Nature Reserve
  • Msinsi Reserves
  • Umgeni Water
  • Eco-Schools
  • DAEARD
  • Julian Beresford

Should you be keen to support our efforts – our banking details are:

Account name: DUCT

Bank : Nedbank

Account number : 1343074320

Branch: Cascades  code: 134325

Swift code : NEDSZAJJ

Reference : RW  followed by your name

One Response to Supporters

  1. Dean de Chazal says:

    35 km into your journey and the “fresh” water is no longer fresh. That’s a disgrace, and thats in our area, which shows we all have to play our part in preserving our most precious raw material. Think of all the people downriver who will drink that water, sickness and disease awaits them, and they are oblivious. Thanks to these heroes for highlighting our most urgent agenda.

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