Today golf professionals Laurette Maritz and Cecilie Lundgreen will play 100 golf holes in on day at the Borregaard Golf Club in Sarpsborg, Norway. Eyes4zimbabwe wish them luck and we know that they will be able to reach their goal. They are doing this to raise money for their charity project for children in Zimbabwe. You can also donate a small
We are getting ready for our BIG day at the golf course and are SO excited! If you still haven’t had a good look at our website www.eyes4zimbabwe.org, please. We appreciate all of your support, your help and cheerleading! THANK YOU for helping us give sight and save lives! The pictures below are at the golf course we are playing.
On June 18th 2012, ‘Ladies European Tour’ Golf Professionals Laurette Maritz and Cecilie Lundgreen will play 100 holes of golf in a single day to raise money for their charity ‘Eyes4zimbabwe’. In 1996 Laurette Maritz and her golf Coach, Reeve Nield initiated the charity ‘Eyes4zimbabwe’ after meeting a young 12 year old girl who had been blinded by cataract. At
Sonia Larsen – April 09, 2010 © Copyright LDS Living, March/April 2010 (published with permission) These three friends aren’t just changing the world by raising the prestige of golf–they’re helping to make it a kinder place through their examples of selfless service. A few years ago, a dear friend invited me to go with her to receive private golf lessons.
Recently a delegation of people from Deseret International and LDS Charities teamed up with eyes4zimbabwe to conduct a presentation on medical equipment at the University of Zimbabwe. This of course was a 100% charity project and as expected a SUCCESS! Key presenters and distinguished guests: Dr Masanganise (University of Zimbabwe) President Edward Dube (Seventy & Zimbabwe’s Mission President) Elder &
Harare, Zimbabwe – With much, much gratitude from Zimbabwe! – by Hillary Mazura & Rachel Nield-Geranios httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBXYzRuJY6M [wpcol_1third] Miracles There are still miracles like those in the Bible that happen every day, whilst you are helping others. As we began preparations for this inaugural ‘Especially for Youth’ for Harare, we knew we should expect about 600 young men and young