Mr SA helps GMSA kids with Winter Woolly Week drive

2015-06-24 06:01
Seen here are Azra Boltman (5), Mia Van der Vywer (5), Isabella Roux (9), Jean-Luc Roux (11), Sasheal Pillay (8) and Mr South Africa, Armand du Plessis.
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Seen here are Azra Boltman (5), Mia Van der Vywer (5), Isabella Roux (9), Jean-Luc Roux (11), Sasheal Pillay (8) and Mr South Africa, Armand du Plessis. Photo: Quickpic

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WITH Winter Woolly Week in full swing, employees at General Motors South Africa and their kids joined hands with Mr South Africa, Armand Du Plessis, at Walmer Park Shopping Centre to collect money and unwanted winter woollies for Winter Woolly Week.

The aim of Winter Woolly Week, a Community Chest project, is to assist people in disadvantaged communities in the province who are adversely affected during the cold winter months.

According to Colette Theron, Community Chest public relations officer, the focus of Winter Woolly Week this year will be to assist families and individuals who have lost everything during unexpected disasters, assist registered soup kitchens with gas, gas stoves and ingredients and invest in building proper structures for day care centres and to provide clothing and blankets to those in need.

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