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See: Dis-Chem Foundation donates 5,200 blankets to charities
The Dis-Chem Foundation has donated 5,200 blankets to 33 organisations nominated by Dis-Chem's Facebook followers and Dis-Chem Pharmacy staff. This initiative has been running for five years and this year, the organisations range from old age homes to children's homes and animal shelters. See the images below:.
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3 May 2021 16:13
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#Thankyoutotheworld initiative aims to help end poverty, seeks P&G, Unilever partnership
Australian consumer products company Thankyou, which is a social enterprise, has launched an initiative to help end extreme poverty and has invited P&G and Unilever to make and distribute its products across the globe. In an effort to get these companies on board, Thankyou is asking people globally to get involved and rally behind the campaign titled ’No Small Plan’ by using their social media channels and the hashtag #Thankyoutotheworld....
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2 Oct 2020 09:31
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67,000 meals for Mandela Day
It took 61 volunteers, 376 hours, 100 social entrepreneur stations feeding more than 67,000 meals, plus bags of warmth to make Mandela Day a huge success for ChangeMakersHub.
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22 Jul 2020 11:39
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Match in Africa 2020
The sixth Match in Africa took place at the Cape Town Stadium on 7 February 2020. The record breaking 51'945 fans witnessed history in action, when Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal went head-to-head raising USD 3.5 million (approximately R54.6 million) for the charitable Roger Federer Foundation. The Match in Africa also showcased a host of local talent in between the matches, including the legendary Ndlovu Youth Choir and the energetic Zip Zap Circus....
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10 Feb 2020 09:41
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#BeautifulNews: No one deserves to be alone. This is how you nourish a community with compassion
Moerieda Joubert’s mother understood the importance of connecting with people. And what better way to do that than by sharing a meal? Even though she had Parkinson’s, she would prepare food for the local old-age home out of her own pocket. After her passing, Joubert has proved the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Read Morieda Joubert's full story here....
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31 Dec 2019 14:16
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#BeautifulNews: A barista pays homage to Hillbrow’s hustling spirit
Tebogo Mabye was dreaming of success, even while living on the streets. His hometown, Hillbrow, is synonymous with poverty, crime, and constant police sirens – but also a community who refuses to give up. “There is a hustling spirit,” Mabye says. Though he wasn’t ashamed of being raised in shelters, Mabye wanted more out of life. Read Tebogo Mabye's full story here....
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28 Nov 2019 13:20
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