The launch of Gabi Lowe’s book, Get me to 21 – which is a personal account of her journey with her daughter, Jenna, during her time of illness and beyond, will take place at on Saturday August 31.
Funds raised at this event will be used by Masikhule to train teachers from marginalised communities within the Helderberg in Early Childhood Development skills, and to follow up the training with mentorship to ensure implementation.
Gabi Lowe, the founder of The Coaching Nest, brings
decades of executive-level
corporate experience in the fields of media, marketing and retail.
In 2011 a dramatic change of personal circumstances threw Gabi into the difficult landscape of rare diseases.
The Lowe family are well-known for campaigning widely for media and social awareness around a rare disease called Pulmonary Hypertension and the dire state of organ donation in South Africa.
Following the tragic loss of their eldest daughter Jenna in 2015, Gabi became a founder and director of Public Benefit Organisation, The Jenna Lowe Trust.
As a director of the organisation Gabi, continues Jenna’s work and legacy for patients who otherwise have no access to the medication and expertise they need.
The extraordinary journey that the Lowe family fought for four years precipitated a meaningful change in direction
for Gabi which led to her becoming a professionally qualified integral personal and leadership development coach.
Her book celebrates the legacy of her daughter, and will remind you of the depth of courage of the human spirit.
Gabi Lowe’s book launch will take place on Saturday August 31 at Post House Vineyard, Raithby Road, Raithby, Helderberg.
For more information on the event or on Masikhule, contact Sandy Immelman at 082 494 0983, or visit www.masikhule.