With the 2015 Rugby World Cup kicking-off in England later this year, a call is out for a young girl or boy to stand a chance to attend and deliver the Official Match Ball to the referee.
DHL Express Sub Saharan Africa’s campaign is to turn dreams of a youngster into reality, and a Bloemfontein Hodgkin’s lymphoma-cancer suffer-was identified.
JP Meyer (12) is a rugby enthusiast whose mission is to conquer the world, has been given the green light by his doctors to attend, and join other 48 children all over the world to be part of this spectacle.
“One of the five spots was reserved for the company’s corporate social responsibility programme, and through its partnership with Reach For A Dream an NGO/NPO that fulfils the dreams of children who face life-threatening illnesses, DHL was able to offer this experience to this very deserving young man,” says Hennie Heymans, Managing Director of DHL Express South Africa.
To be eligible to enter you must be 8 to 15 years. Both a parent and child must have a valid passport and the prize is non-transferable.
Visit http://www.facebook.com/DHLAfrica to enter and upload a video or photo of your nominee showcasing their enthusiasm about rugby.
Competition closes on June 5.
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