Breakfast in aid of charity

2017-09-12 06:00
Photo: SuppliedClaude Moodley of Compass Cares, Michael Cassidy of African Enterprise and an ambassador for Unashamedly Ethical, Henk Leenstra from Christian Sports and Business Ministry and Karen Brokensha of iThemba Lethu, prepare for the Unashamedly Ethical business and fund-raising breakfast.

Photo: SuppliedClaude Moodley of Compass Cares, Michael Cassidy of African Enterprise and an ambassador for Unashamedly Ethical, Henk Leenstra from Christian Sports and Business Ministry and Karen Brokensha of iThemba Lethu, prepare for the Unashamedly Ethical business and fund-raising breakfast.

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A FUND-RAISING breakfast in aid of iThemba Lethu and Christian Sports and Business Ministry is being hosted by Compass Cares on Friday, September 22, at 7am for 7.30am at the Elangeni Hotel, Great Ilanga Room.

The purpose of the event is to gain exposure for Unashamedly Ethical and raise money for the organisations, iThemba Lethu and Christian Sports and Business Ministry.

All profits from the event will be split equally between the organisations in order for them to continue their work of improving the lives of South Africans. Tickets are R400 each or R4 000 for a table of 10, which includes a two-course breakfast, tea and coffee.

Graham Power, founder of the construction company, the Power Group, and Unashamedly Ethical will be presenting along with Michael Cassidy - evangelist, teacher, preacher and author.

Only 350 tickets are available, so to confirm your booking, contact Dianne Reddy on 031 267 9700 or email dianne@compass.za. net - Supplied.

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