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Drew Collins' Page for Generation Ubuntu's Westchester Triathlon Corp. Team Challenge

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Drew Collins

THE STORY:

I am thrilled to participate in the Westchester Triathlon, taking place on September 27th, 2015. I am participating in order to raise awareness and a minimum of $500 for the charity Generation Ubuntu (GenU), which is creating positive change for children living with HIV in South Africa. GenU improves the health and well-being of participants through a holistic care model of health and nutrition, psycho-social support, HIV & life skills education, and community engagement.

Why GenU?

- HIV is the leading cause of death in children under the age of 5

- 100% of the children in Generation Ubuntu's program have not only survived, but thrived, in a country where 680 people die of AIDS-related illnesses each day

- Many children living with HIV have been orphaned, live in poverty, and are victims of abuse and bullying

- The Generation Ubuntu program is becoming the GLOBAL model for every child living with HIV.

JOIN ME. JOIN THE NEW GENERATION. JOIN GENERATION UBUNTU.

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To This Fundraiser

$1,000

MONEY RAISED
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  • Drew Collins

    $500

  • Rosemary and Herb D'Arcy

    $100

  • Barbara Collins & Felton Satterfield

     

  • Greenwich Investment Management

    $150

  • Arve Hanstveit

    $100

  • Bill Verner

    $100

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Donor Comments

Bill Verner

Bill Verner

DONATION: $100

3 years ago

Arve Hanstveit

Arve Hanstveit

DONATION: $100

3 years ago

Greenwich Investment Management

Greenwich Investment Management

DONATION: $150

3 years ago

Barbara Collins & Felton Satterfield

Barbara Collins & Felton Satterfield

3 years ago

Rosemary and Herb D'Arcy

Rosemary and Herb D'Arcy

DONATION: $100

Good Luck! 3 years ago

Drew Collins

Drew Collins

DONATION: $500

To make a small difference in the life of a child is to make a big difference in their life for years to come. 3 years ago