Moura said she looks forward to being a role model for other young girls.
Founded way back in 1903, which is the year of the Wright Brothers’ legendary flight, Rand Aid is still going strong. This year, it was one of MTN Walk the Talk with 702’s official charities.
The retailer lived up to its promise to make a difference when it gave the care centre’s greenhouse a make-over valued at R5 000.
The market, hosted by the Tails and Whiskers Charity Shop, was hosted on Third Street in front of the store.
The groups offer support for families and people who suffering from the consequences of addictions and provide support through recovery.
The route meandered through Tarentaal village, up to the Inyoni Creek Clubhouse and then carried on along a lovely treed pathway which led to the re-erected bridge crossing over the Jukskei River.
Intelligent, committed, confident, determined and focused. These are some of the words one can use to define eight women at The Campus Project, on Streatley Avenue, in Auckland Park.
Every year thousands are diagnosed with leukaemia. For many of them, their only chance is to go for a bone marrow stem cell donation.
“Men often don’t talk bout issues like this. They often hide it.”
The retirement of Lucy Slaviero as the society’s CEO and Alex Angus as the board’s chairperson was made at the meeting.
“We decided to assist Door of Hope because the work they do is close to our hearts.”