Rates forum donates to charities

2017-10-04 06:00
With the cheques are (from left) Sma Sokhela (Community Chest), S.N. Bobbie Naidoo (Aryan Benevolent Society vice-president), Ronnie George (Msunduzi Rates Forum chairperson), Minnesh Parmanand (Msunduzi Rates Forum secretary), Rajen Naidoo (Msunduzi Rates Forum treasurer) and Aslam Essa (Gift of the Givers).PHOTO: supplied

With the cheques are (from left) Sma Sokhela (Community Chest), S.N. Bobbie Naidoo (Aryan Benevolent Society vice-president), Ronnie George (Msunduzi Rates Forum chairperson), Minnesh Parmanand (Msunduzi Rates Forum secretary), Rajen Naidoo (Msunduzi Rates Forum treasurer) and Aslam Essa (Gift of the Givers).PHOTO: supplied

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THREE charities benefitted from the generosity of the Msunduzi Rates Forum recently after cash was donated to them.

The forum was formed in 2008 to tackle rates issues and money was collected to get legal assistance, which did not materialise because of the exorbitant legal fees.

Letters were then sent to the donors and, based on their responses, a decision was made to donate the funds to the Community Chest, Aryan Benevolent Society and Gift of the Givers.

The three charities thank members and donors of the Msunduzi Rates Forum for their contribution. — Supplied.

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