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Toni Enderli, in September 2016, launched his Oceans 7 project including NSRI's WaterWise project as one of three charity beneficiaries. The plan being to teach water safety to 50 000 needy children through raising R250 000 over three years through his extreme swims around the world.We all joined in during his training at the Sea Point swim as part of his 'Come swim with me' event and have been watching his achievements over the last year with enormous pride.Thanks to the kind support of Zarita Pinter, Lesley Walder, Anonymous, Azalea Enderli, Joanne Scott, Rod & Kylie Willment, Glenda Ingram, Maura Sanderoff, Bruce Hoffman, Zara Winterbach, Kiki Marx, Ryan Stramrood, Aidan Causton, Andrew Herweg, Carlo Capri, Naor & Friends, Nigel Brown, Mike Schenk, Mike Russon and Doodles he has raised R35 491.Toni will be launching his Channel of Bones/Molokai Swim DVD at Doodles on 26 October and at that event he will hand over a further R14 000 from his celebrity golf day. Bringing the total to just shy of R50 000.To make a donation please follow this link.If you would like to hear his amazing story of his 20 hour swim through sharks, jelly fish, swells and the Volcanic Ledge, please join us at our Life Boat Club event on Monday 20 November at the Parow Golf Club.This is a lunch event and the cost is R100 a head. Everyone is welcome but space is limited. RSVP to Natasha 021 434 4011 or Tony Enderli with NSRI's WaterWise Manager Andrew Ingram and Events Fundraiser Krista Lazzari
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