Great WOW's SUP aims to paddle over 1000km for children living with cancer

Great WOW's SUP aims to paddle over 1000km for children living with cancer

By Marika Rasekaseka
Saturday 09/04/2022

WOW’s Kids Fiji in partnership with the Suva Stand-up Paddlers has launched their Great Wow's SUP initiative to paddle over 1,000km next month for children living with cancer.

WOW’s Kids Fiji Founder, Taholo Kami says they have been partnering with the Suva Stand-up Paddlers in the past years to assist 73 children supported by them.

Kami says the paddlers will paddle in specific areas with some members of parliament, former Olympians and sports personalities to support the initiative.

He says they will continue to provide support to the children living with cancer and their families.

The event will start on the 30th of this month and will run till the 14th of next month where the paddlers will paddle for 1,000 kilometers to raise funds.

This partnership is headed by Rev James Bhagwan who has been raising funds for WOWS Kids Fiji for the last couple of years.




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