AfricanX supports The Timothy James Harlow Foundation

AfricanX supports The Timothy James Harlow Foundation
AfricanX supports The Timothy James Harlow Foundation. By Tobias Ginsberg

“Let Nature Give You A Run For Your Money”

Celebrating its 11th anniversary in 2021, the AfricanX Trailrun is proud to continue supporting The Timothy James Harlow Foundation.

A non-profit organisation, The Timothy James Harlow Foundation was founded by the Harlow family in order to continue the selfless giving legacy of their beloved son Timothy who passed away on the 27th of April 2013.

“The AfricanX Trailrun has a long-standing relationship with The Timothy James Harlow Foundation.  We are proud to continue supporting the exceptional work that they do.  Runners can also show their support by making a donation towards this deserving cause.  Donations can be made when entering the AfricanX Trailrun online,” says Michael Meyer, Founder and Managing Director of Stillwater Sports.

“We are continuously searching for opportunities to make a difference in the lives of individuals and communities,” says Nicholas Harlow, Trustee / The Timothy James Harlow Foundation.  “We’ve established a framework comprising of three categories to guide us in choosing candidates.  These categories are:  1. Individuals and/or communities whose right to life is in jeopardy, 2. Education and 3. God-given talents.  Beneficiaries that we’ve supported in the past include the Carl Sithole Centre (The Salvation Army, Soweto), the Kliptown Netball Team (Soweto), the St John’s United Church (Pietermaritzburg) and the Amandel / Wildekrans Crèche.”

“By being part of the AfricanX Trailrun we will be able to create more awareness around communities that are in need, spread the message of hope, and inspire others to do the same,” continues Harlow.  “This year we’d like to give runners the opportunity to get more involved by allowing them to identify the ‘candidate’ that they’d like us to support.  It might be one charity, or it might be more than one charity.  It all depends on the feedback that we receive.  All donations received will go towards the selected charity.  We’d like to thank runners in advance for their support.  We can’t wait to be part of the 11th edition of the AfricanX Trailrun in March.”

Charity suggestions can be sent to [email protected]

2021 Event Information:  AfricanX Trailrun 

Teams of two trail running enthusiasts (male/female/mixed) will be seen battling it out on a route varying in distances each day.  Each stage will feature a different route that is guaranteed to keep things exciting while leaving runners in awe.

Date: Friday 26 March 2021 – Sunday 28 March 2021
Format: Three-day stage race / teams of two (male/female/mixed)
Festival Village: On the grounds of the Houw Hoek Hotel (Bot River, Overberg Region / Western Cape)

Distance:
Day 1:  +- 24km
Day 2:  +- 32km
Day 3:  +- 18km

There are three entry options:

R3400 per person – this includes breakfast and lunch, but excludes dinner and accommodation.
R3900 per person – this includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, but excludes accommodation.
R4400 per person – this includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and tented accommodation at Houw Hoek Hotel.

Iconic to the AfricanX Trailrun, ALL entrants will receive a sought after AfricanX hoodie and an exclusive finisher’s t-shirt, amongst other exciting sponsor gifts!

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For additional information on the AfricanX Trailrun please visit www.stillwatersports.com, contact Stillwater Sports on 082 991 0045 or email [email protected]

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