#running4pads consists of a team of individuals. The team offers various skills towards the campaign, from social media, organising events / collections to running. Our first campaign for the year is the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon.

We will also be at the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon later this year. 

The team’s goal is to ensure that we can help as many girls as possible by restoring their dignity and keeping them in school. We also try and raise as much awareness about this social issue as possible and hope that we can make a difference by creating awareness.

We are collecting from all over the country actually and people can get involved by getting in touch with any one of our ambassadors through our Running4Pads social media pages. 


1. EFT

Banking Info

Bank: FNB

Account Name: Running4Pads Account Number: 6276 1711 962 Branch Code: 201809 Reference number: MC-R4P

2. Donate

One packet of pads goes a long way. One packet of pads donated can keep a girl in school for up to five days. We welcome any donations towards #running4pads. We prefer donations of physical packets of pads, if you want to transfer cash, use above details.


@running4pads (Twitter and Instagram) Running4Pads (Facebook)

email: info@running4pads.co.za website: https://runningforsanitary.wixsite. com/running4pads


Our donations were distributed to the following schools organisations and causes:

Manenberg High School

Knysna Fire

Arcadia High

Modderdam High

Bonteheuwel High

Easter Peak Primary

Red River Primary

Boundary Primary School

Manenberg SAPS victim support room Grosvenor Primary

Saxonsea Primary

Atlantis Secondary School

Parkview Primary

ID Mkhize Secondary School

Intshukumo Secondary School

Uitzig Secondary School

Arcadia Primary

Central Park Primary

Joint Peace Forum in Bonteheuwel

Souper Troopers

Bonteheuwel Methodist Church Women’s League Trevor Manuel Primary

Garlandale Primary School

Paarlzicht Primary School

Ned Doman High

Usasazo High

Fezeka High

Garlandale High

Athlone High

Bridgetown High

Kulani High

Ikamva Youth, Khayelitsha


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