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Wola Nani goes all out for festive fundraiser

30 Nov 2012 08:07
The Cape Quarter will host two giant fundraising book and craft sales this December in aid of HIV/AIDS NGO Wola Nani.
The sales will take place over two weeks:
  1. Thursday, 6 December - Saturday, 08 December
  2. Thursday 13 December - Saturday 15 December
The sales will be staged in the Village Market events area from 10am - 7pm.

"With the support of the Cape Quarter Village Market and Banks Hiring, we are able to offer the public an 'All Out' sale," says Well Read Books convenor Mark Leach. "For the very first time, we will be able to put out all of our stock, - thus the nickname the 'All Out' Sale. In addition, we will be offering some of the colourful craft products that have become iconic design pieces in their own right."

There will be over 20 tables laden with a selection of quality cult, classic and collectible new and second-hand books, DVDs and CDs. A wide selection of coffee-table books suitable for Christmas gifting will also be on display. Wola Nani's range of homeware and jewellery includes the signature paper mache bowls made by the women of the Income Generation programme.

For further enquiries, or to donate books, CDs and DVDs, please contact Mark on +27 (0)21 424 0497 or .
    
 
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