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Give back with the Robin Hood Foundation’s planned Mandela Month events

Are you wanting to support Mandela Day on 18 July but are uncertain of where to spend your 67 minutes? The Robin Hood Foundation has multiple events for you to choose from.

THE Robin Hood Foundation encourages the community to give back during Mandela month.

The organisation has planned a busy month, jam-packed full of initiatives that they would appreciate your support with.

“We have had numerous calls from both individuals and corporates looking for suggestions of how they can help and get involved, which is wonderful,” says Jackie Psannis, The Robin Hood Foundation Co-ordinator.

Here is an overview of the upcoming Robin Hood Foundation events and initiatives planned for the rest of July:

18th July: Mahala Market, 1000 Hills Community Helpers Centre (meet at storage between 08:00 and 08:30 and travel in convoy)

Join The Robin Hood Foundation to help the Gogos shop for free from their array of pre-loved clothes, linen and household goods. Any donations towards this amazing morning would be greatly appreciated.

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20th July: Corporate Sarmie Army (Stokers Arms, Kloof from 8h30 – 10h30)

A Sarmie Army where corporates can get their teams involved and take advantage of a happy space for their community hours commitment. Through the sponsorship they will provide a platform for social media exposure for the corporates who are interested. If you are keen to attend and assist, please bring your own bread board and knife. The Robin Hood Foundation appreciates sponsorship of peanut butter, margarine, cling wrap and any prizes that can be used for a lucky draw.

22nd July: Mahala Tea (1000 Hills Chef School, 08:00 TO 11:00)

Join in for a fun morning of tea, treats, prizes and motivational talks from Cindy Norcott and Jackie Psannis. There is no entrance fee but The Robin Hood Foundation would love you to bring a bag of pre-loved clothes, shoes, linen and household goods to donate at the door.

22nd July: Painting the Esibusisweni orphanage (meet at storage between 08:00 and 08:30, travel in convey)

Lots of happy painting hands are needed here. Jump in and help paint and if you have any brushes, trays or rollers to bring along they would be most grateful.

23rd July: Comrades for a Cause

The Robin Hood Foundation is manning a table for the route test run, halfway down from Pietermaritzburg and will be cheering and handing out drinks to the runners, including  Werda Groeneweld who is running for The Robin Hood Foundation. She aims to raise money for the training and learnership programs they are invested in. These learnerships are in trades like welding, woodwork, sewing and painting.  Other learnerships will be added in the mission to create independent, sustainable income streams for as many KZN communities as possible. Your support towards Werda’s fundraising journey would be greatly appreciated.

27th July: Sarmie Army at Stokers (08h30 – 10h30)

This is still available to a corporate to ‘own’ the morning at a cost of R3500. You can bring your own branding and get your teams (up to 20 staff members) involved. The Robin Hood Foundation would appreciate donations towards making 2 000 sandwiches: including peanut butter, margarine, cling wrap and any prizes that can be used for a lucky draw.

Throughout the month of July: Animal shelter support

The Robin Hood Foundation would appreciate sponsorship or donations of animal food (for dogs and cats) or bedding for several animal rescue homes and centers that they support.

CONTACT:  The Robin Hood Foundation on 082 864 5729.

EMAIL:  info@robinhoodfoundation.co.za or visit www.robinhoodfoundation.co.za

 

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