SIS House, Eton Office Park West, Cnr Sloane & Harrison Avenue, Bryanston, Johannesburg, South Africa

Cape to Rio 2014

I’ve experienced first-hand the challenges of having a child who suffers from Cerebral Palsy but more importantly I have the pleasure of knowing the joy that my son Stuart brings to our lives. Despite his disabilities, Stuart is a very happy young man, a testament to his character and one of the many qualities that makes him so special. Inspired by him, my wife and I started IMAGINE | The Stuart Hawley Rainbow Foundation in 2012, a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping those with Cerebral Palsy, their families and care givers.


In January 2014 I am taking a mammoth challenge! Not only will I be ticking off yet another adventure off my bucket list, I will be putting to good use that yacht masters training I recently acquired and I will be using this once in a life time opportunity to raise awareness and support for people suffering with Cerebral Palsy.


Before Stuart was born, we wished for him the best life could bring and nothing has changed…we continue to want the best for him, and others who suffer from Cerebral Palsy.


Please kindly support my fundraising efforts by sponsoring my Cape to Rio 2014 Yacht Race. Any amount you can give will be most gratefully received. The money will go directly to IMAGINE Charity where it will be put to good use in helping others.

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