Caltex Wavelands fuels winter woolly campaign

2017-06-15 06:00
The team at Caltex Wavelands is collecting warm clothes, scarves, blankets, beanies and anything that can keep out the cold this winter. At the Disaster Collection Point box is Caltex Wavelands owner Vincent Tee (left) and Scott Botinle.                       Photo:MONIQUE BASSON

The team at Caltex Wavelands is collecting warm clothes, scarves, blankets, beanies and anything that can keep out the cold this winter. At the Disaster Collection Point box is Caltex Wavelands owner Vincent Tee (left) and Scott Botinle. Photo:MONIQUE BASSON

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CALTEX Wavelands: caring for the needy and disabled in the community.

Caltex Wavelands in St Francis Street embarked on their third annual Winter Woolly campaign this week - collecting warm clothes, scarves, blankets, beanies and anything that can keep the cold out this winter.

“This campaign plays a vital role in our needy community,” says Caltex Wavelands owner Vincent Tee. “By supporting the Winter Woolly campaign, you help put a smile on a young child’s face and bring warmth and sustenance to the many less fortunate people in the region.”

Last year, the team at Caltex Wavelands collected more than 1 000 items.

“We would like to encourage the people throughout the Kouga to donate much-needed warm goods, blankets and non-perishable food for the needy.”

Visit the colourful Disaster Collection Point box at Caltex Wavelands in St Francis Street, Jeffreys Bay, armed with winter woollies and help spread some love this winter.

All the items collected will be distributed among those in need in and around Jeffreys Bay.

For more information, contact Tee at 079 521 1535.

  • The team at Caltex Wavelands donated soup to the 200 residents at the Thornhill Community Hall who had to evacuate their homes on Friday due to the raging fires in the area.

Tee will also make his trucks available to transport donations to Knysna.

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