Xolani Gwala to run London Marathon in support of Teddy Bear Clinic

702 Breakfast host Xolani Gwala will be running the London Marathon on 23 April as part of an on-air campaign with Virgin Atlantic earlier this year to find him a running partner.

Audiences were encouraged to motive WHY they wanted to run the Marathon, to stand a chance to win the trip and run for a cause closeto their hearts.

702 Breakfast host, Xolani Gwala, will be running the2017 Virgin Money London Marathon next week to secure financial and professional assistance for the Teddy Bear Clinic.

The Teddy Bear Clinic for Abused Children provides specialised care, protection and support for sexually abused children.

Click here to support Xolani on his run, and in doing so,contribute to the work of Teddy Bear Clinic.

The Teddy Bear Clinic looks after the needs of over 400 children per month and that doesn’t include those cases not reported.

The Teddy Bear Clinical Director, Dr. Shaheda Omar explained that in order to care for the kids, it costs over R13 000 per child and that they care for these children through donations they receive.

Listen to Teddy Bear Clinic clinical director, Shaheda Omar, below to hear what the clinic needs...


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