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2016-03-01 06:00
Some of the team from local company Pro Appointments are seen showing their support for The Robin Hood Foundation’s “ Mugs & Mallows” campaign. Back from left: Nelita Rodriques, Zama Mntungwa and Alyson Scheepers, Front from left: Patricia Mather, Simon Carter and Ronel Irvine  Photo: supplied

Some of the team from local company Pro Appointments are seen showing their support for The Robin Hood Foundation’s “ Mugs & Mallows” campaign. Back from left: Nelita Rodriques, Zama Mntungwa and Alyson Scheepers, Front from left: Patricia Mather, Simon Carter and Ronel Irvine Photo: supplied

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EACH year, amidst their various other outreaches, The Robin Hood Foundation calls out for community support to collect Easter Eggs for their initiatives, this year they are taking this fun outreach a little bit further by including the children and the elderly in their visits.

The Robin Hood Foundation will be visiting The Reunion School for Cerebral Palsied children with a Easter Fun Day as well as blessing over 500 grannies and grandpa’s with a Easter Tea and gifting them all with a new coffee or tea mug filled with marshmallow eggs.

Cindy Norcott, owner of Pro Appointments, said: “Pro Appointments are delighted to take part in the mugs and Mallows campaign. It is such a simple way of getting involved and making a difference in our community.
“We challenge other businesses to donate used mugs in good conditions and to donate Easter eggs. There are so many people in need.”

If you would like to get involved and help bring smiles to the faces of the elderly and the children this year, or to find out more, please email Kim Griffith-Jones on robinhoodfund@telkomsa.net.


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