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The LumoHawk Foundation is a non-profit charity organization which is led and founded by former Springbok legendary player, Joel Stransky.

The organisation supports the educational needs and at times the sporting needs of previously disadvantaged children in South Africa’s communities.

Talking to 702/CapeTalk’s Redi Tlhabi, Stransky gave details of how the organisation came to being, its operations and how these children are identified.

I started cycling about seven years ago and I realised I was in a very fortunate position to raise money for charity.

Joel Stransky, Founder of LumoHawk Foundation

To hear more about the LumoHawk Foundation listen to the audio below:

The LumoHawk team will be riding the Momentum 947 cycle challenge this Sunday, headed by Stransky.

To find out more about the work that the LumoHawk foundation does visit their website


This article first appeared on 702 : Lead SA: Giving the opportunity and hope to the future leaders


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