Let’s come together virtually to support a real cause | Redhill Ride, Run or Walk event


Join the Virtual Ride, Run, or Walk.

Whether you are a serious marathon runner or looking to do a bike ride with the kids, we have a distance that will work for you. Choose which race you, your friends, or family want to participate in.

Show your support for Botshabelo Children’s Home. Botshabelo is a Tswana word meaning a ‘place to run to’ and was established as an NPO in Midrand near Johannesburg, South Africa in 2000. Botshabelo began with members of Urban Life Church responding to the needs of our local community and the call to be a ‘Place of Refuge’ for those hurting in our city. They aim to transform children’s lives by giving them the best start in life through great care and education.


From major sporting matches to international concerts, 2020 has seen many events either postponed or canceled. Our calendars have been wide open and dismally empty but, of course, the risk of infection is too high to justify cramming hundreds of people into the same venue. In these trying times though, it’s fair to say that we all need something to look forward to.  

That is why Redhill School, together with the Redhill Parents’Association, has partnered with Fedgroup and Legacy Lifestyle to host this year’s Virtual Ride, Run or Walk. Social distancing regulations mean we cannot all go riding, running, or walking on the same route but thanks to our smartphones and watches, we can still have fun and make a difference. 

The 2020 Virtual Ride, Run or Walk is a #RedhillCares initiative that is premised on the notion that well-being is something that is nurtured and developed. You can enter this event by making a donation to the Botshabelo Children’s Home, an NPO that dedicates its time to looking after the well-being of future generations. 

This year’s event is not restricted by geographic boundaries, time barriers, or busy social calendars. So, let’s share, retweet, and coax our friends into getting involved to help make a real impact and reach this year’s target of 3000 participants and R30 000 raised. 

And if that’s not enough to get you excited, entrants also stand a chance to win some amazing prizes. This year’s prizes are sponsored by Fedgroup, Legacy Lifestyle, and Morningside Shopping Centre.

Once you have donated, all you need to do is select the distance, put on your cleats or takkies, and get moving between 23 and 27 September for the next generation. 

You can join the Strava Club or Zwift Team to record your race and make it to the finish line. Go to www.riderunorwalk.co.za to find out more and to register. 

This event is brought to you by Redhill School,  in partnership with Fedgroup, celebrating 30 years of independent financial thinking.

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