Bag up some love

2017-08-01 06:00

There are so many phenomenal women with whom we share our daily lives – our mothers, wives, children, neighbours and best friends. Most of them are anchors who help steer our lives with steadfast care and love.

With August being Women’s Month, the team at People’s Post and our sister publications (TygerBurger and City Vision) wish to honour the women in our lives by celebrating those women who have experienced and beaten the worst of life’s hardships and ills, emerging as survivors – proud and dignified.

Help us to restore a little of this dignity as we once again embark on a special monthly campaign by providing bags of hope, literally handbags filled with all the essentials a rape or abuse survivor might need.

Two years ago the chill room in our offices was filled to the brim with these bags of hope, which contained everything from bras and panties to sanitary pads, perfume and talc, washcloths and soap, toothpaste and chocolates. In some cases the bags contained a handwritten note wishing the receiver well on her journey to recovery and a life away from abuse and violence.

We are hoping to recreate this women’s pantry and be able to donate all the items we receive to a charity of our readers’ choosing.

For this, we are once more calling for help from our loyal readers – those caring people who have supported our monthly campaigns so faithfully since the beginning of the year.

So, if you have a handbag or two and the means to fill it with what you would have appreciated if you were a recipient yourself, bring it to us.

We will ensure it goes to a place where it will bring light and joy to someone amid her pain and suffering.

V Nominate your charity at post@peoplespost.co.za. Bring your donations to the third floor of the Bloemhof Building at 112 Edward Street, Bellville or to Vangate Mall’s centre management.

There are so many phenomenal women with whom we share our daily lives – our mothers, wives, children, neighbours and best friends. Most of them are anchors who help steer our lives with steadfast care and love.

With August being Women’s Month, the team at People’s Post and our sister publications (TygerBurger and City Vision) wish to honour the women in our lives by celebrating those women who have experienced and beaten the worst of life’s hardships and ills, emerging as survivors – proud and dignified.

Help us to restore a little of this dignity as we once again embark on a special monthly campaign by providing bags of hope, literally handbags filled with all the essentials a rape or abuse survivor might need.

Two years ago the chill room in our offices was filled to the brim with these bags of hope, which contained everything from bras and panties to sanitary pads, perfume and talc, washcloths and soap, toothpaste and chocolates. In some cases the bags contained a handwritten note wishing the receiver well on her journey to recovery and a life away from abuse and violence.

We are hoping to recreate this women’s pantry and be able to donate all the items we receive to a charity of our readers’ choosing.

For this, we are once more calling for help from our loyal readers – those caring people who have supported our monthly campaigns so faithfully since the beginning of the year.

So, if you have a handbag or two and the means to fill it with what you would have appreciated if you were a recipient yourself, bring it to us.

We will ensure it goes to a place where it will bring light and joy to someone amid her pain and suffering.

V Nominate your charity at post@peoplespost.co.za. Bring your donations to the third floor of the Bloemhof Building at 112 Edward Street, Bellville or to Vangate Mall’s centre management.

There are so many phenomenal women with whom we share our daily lives – our mothers, wives, children, neighbours and best friends. Most of them are anchors who help steer our lives with steadfast care and love.

With August being Women’s Month, the team at People’s Post and our sister publications (TygerBurger and City Vision) wish to honour the women in our lives by celebrating those women who have experienced and beaten the worst of life’s hardships and ills, emerging as survivors – proud and dignified.

Help us to restore a little of this dignity as we once again embark on a special monthly campaign by providing bags of hope, literally handbags filled with all the essentials a rape or abuse survivor might need.

Two years ago the chill room in our offices was filled to the brim with these bags of hope, which contained everything from bras and panties to sanitary pads, perfume and talc, washcloths and soap, toothpaste and chocolates. In some cases the bags contained a handwritten note wishing the receiver well on her journey to recovery and a life away from abuse and violence.

We are hoping to recreate this women’s pantry and be able to donate all the items we receive to a charity of our readers’ choosing. For this, we are once more calling for help from our loyal readers – those caring people who have supported our monthly campaigns so faithfully since the beginning of the year. So, if you have a handbag or two and the means to fill it with what you would have appreciated if you were a recipient yourself, bring it to us.

We will ensure it goes to a place where it will bring light and joy to someone amid her pain and suffering.

V Nominate your charity at post@peoplespost.co.za. Bring your donations to the third floor of the Bloemhof Building at 112 Edward Street, Bellville or to Vangate Mall’s centre management.

There are so many phenomenal women with whom we share our daily lives – our mothers, wives, children, neighbours and best friends.

With August being Women’s Month, the team at People’s Post and our sister publications (TygerBurger and City Vision) wish to honour the women in our lives by celebrating those women who have experienced and beaten the worst of life’s hardships and ills, emerging as survivors – proud and dignified.

We once again embark on a special monthly campaign by providing bags of hope, literally handbags filled with all the essentials a rape or abuse survivor might need.

Two years ago the chill room in our offices was filled to the brim with these bags of hope, which contained everything from bras and panties to sanitary pads, perfume and talc, washcloths and soap, toothpaste and chocolates. In some cases the bags contained a handwritten note wishing the receiver well on her journey to recovery and a life away from abuse and violence.

We are hoping to recreate this women’s pantry and be able to donate all the items we receive to a charity of our readers’ choosing.

For this, we are once more calling for help from our loyal readers – those caring people who have supported our monthly campaigns so faithfully since the beginning of the year.

So, if you have a handbag or two and the means to fill it with what you would have appreciated if you were a recipient yourself, bring it to us.

V Nominate your charity at post@peoplespost.­­co.za. Bring your donations to the third floor of the Bloemhof Building at 112 Edward Street, Bellville or to Vangate Mall’s centre management.

There are so many phenomenal women with whom we share our daily lives – our mothers, wives, children, neighbours and best friends.

Most of them are anchors who help steer our lives with steadfast care and love.

With August being Women’s Month, the team at People’s Post and our sister publications (TygerBurger and City Vision) wish to honour the women in our lives by celebrating those women who have experienced and beaten the worst of life’s hardships and ills, emerging as survivors – proud and dignified.

Help us to restore a little of this dignity as we once again embark on a special monthly campaign by providing bags of hope, literally handbags filled with all the essentials a rape or abuse survivor might need.

Two years ago the chill room in our offices was filled to the brim with these bags of hope, which contained everything from bras and panties to sanitary pads, perfume and talc, washcloths and soap, toothpaste and chocolates.

In some cases the bags contained a handwritten note wishing the receiver well on her journey to recovery and a life away from abuse and violence.

We are hoping to recreate this women’s pantry and be able to donate all the items we receive to a charity of our readers’ ­choosing.

For this, we are once more calling for help from our loyal readers – those caring people who have supported our monthly campaigns so faithfully since the beginning of the year.

So, if you have a handbag or two and the means to fill it with what you would have appreciated if you were a recipient yourself, bring it to us.

We will ensure it goes to a place where it will bring light and joy to someone amid her pain and suffering.

V Nominate your charity at post@peoplespost.co.za. Bring your donations to the third floor of the Bloemhof Building at 112 Edward Street, Bellville or to Vangate Mall’s centre management.

There are so many phenomenal women with whom we share our daily lives – our mothers, wives, children, neighbours and best friends.

Most of them are anchors who help steer our lives with steadfast care and love.

With August being Women’s Month, the team at People’s Post and our sister publications (TygerBurger and City Vision) wish to honour the women in our lives by celebrating those women who have experienced and beaten the worst of life’s hardships and ills, emerging as survivors – proud and dignified.

Help us to restore a little of this dignity as we once again embark on a special monthly campaign by providing bags of hope, literally handbags filled with all the essentials a rape or abuse survivor might need.

Two years ago the chill room in our offices was filled to the brim with these bags of hope, which contained everything from bras and panties to sanitary pads, perfume and talc, washcloths and soap, toothpaste and chocolates.

In some cases the bags contained a handwritten note wishing the receiver well on her journey to recovery and a life away from abuse and violence.

We are hoping to recreate this women’s pantry and be able to donate all the items we receive to a charity of our readers’ ­choosing.

For this, we are once more calling for help from our loyal readers – those caring people who have supported our monthly campaigns so faithfully since the beginning of the year.

So, if you have a handbag or two and the means to fill it with what you would have appreciated if you were a recipient yourself, bring it to us.

We will ensure it goes to a place where it will bring light and joy to someone amid her pain and suffering.

V Nominate your charity at post@peoplespost.­co.za. Bring your donations to the third floor of the Bloemhof Building at 112 Edward Street, Bellville or to Vangate Mall’s centre management.

There are so many phenomenal women with whom we share our daily lives – our mothers, wives, children, neighbours and best friends. Most of them are anchors who help steer our lives with steadfast care and love.

With August being Women’s Month, the team at People’s Post and our sister publications (TygerBurger and City Vision) wish to honour the women in our lives by celebrating those women who have experienced and beaten the worst of life’s hardships and ills, emerging as survivors – proud and dignified.

Help us to restore a little of this dignity as we once again embark on a special monthly campaign by providing bags of hope, literally handbags filled with all the essentials a rape or abuse survivor might need.

Two years ago the chill room in our offices was filled to the brim with these bags of hope, which contained everything from bras and panties to sanitary pads, perfume and talc, washcloths and soap, toothpaste and chocolates. In some cases the bags contained a handwritten note wishing the receiver well on her journey to recovery and a life away from abuse and ­violence.

We are hoping to recreate this women’s pantry and be able to donate all the items we receive to a charity of our readers’ choosing.

For this, we are once more calling for help from our loyal readers – those caring people who have supported our monthly campaigns so faithfully since the beginning of the year.

So, if you have a handbag or two and the means to fill it with what you would have appreciated if you were a recipient yourself, bring it to us.

We will ensure it goes to a place where it will bring light and joy to someone amid her pain and suffering.

V Nominate your charity at post@peoplespost.co.za. Bring your donations to the third floor of the Bloemhof Building at 112 Edward Street, Bellville or to Vangate Mall’s centre management.

There are so many phenomenal women with whom we share our daily lives – our mothers, wives, children, neighbours and best friends.

With August being Women’s Month, the team at People’s Post and our sister publications (TygerBurger and City Vision) wish to honour the women in our lives by celebrating those women who have experienced and beaten the worst of life’s hardships and ills, emerging as survivors – proud and dignified.

We once again embark on a special monthly campaign by providing bags of hope, literally handbags filled with all the essentials a rape or abuse survivor might need.

Two years ago the chill room in our offices was filled to the brim with these bags of hope, which contained everything from bras and panties to sanitary pads, perfume and talc, washcloths and soap, toothpaste and chocolates. In some cases the bags contained a handwritten note wishing the receiver well on her journey to recovery and a life away from abuse and violence.

We are hoping to recreate this women’s pantry and be able to donate all the items we receive to a charity of our readers’ choosing.

For this, we are once more calling for help from our loyal readers – those caring people who have supported our monthly campaigns so faithfully since the beginning of the year.

So, if you have a handbag or two and the means to fill it with what you would have appreciated if you were a recipient yourself, bring it to us.

V Nominate your charity at post@peoplespost.­­co.za. Bring your donations to the third floor of the Bloemhof Building at 112 Edward Street, Bellville or to Vangate Mall’s centre management.

There are so many phenomenal women with whom we share our daily lives – our mothers, wives, children, neighbours and best friends.

Most of them are anchors who help steer our lives with steadfast care and love.

With August being Women’s Month, the team at People’s Post and our sister publications (TygerBurger and City Vision) wish to honour the women in our lives by celebrating those women who have experienced and beaten the worst of life’s hardships and ills, emerging as survivors – proud and dignified.

Help us to restore a little of this dignity as we once again embark on a special monthly campaign by providing bags of hope, literally handbags filled with all the essentials a rape or abuse survivor might need.

Two years ago the chill room in our offices was filled to the brim with these bags of hope, which contained everything from bras and panties to sanitary pads, perfume and talc, washcloths and soap, toothpaste and chocolates.

In some cases the bags contained a handwritten note wishing the receiver well on her journey to recovery and a life away from abuse and violence.

We are hoping to recreate this women’s pantry and be able to donate all the items we receive to a charity of our readers’ ­choosing.

For this, we are once more calling for help from our loyal readers – those caring people who have supported our monthly campaigns so faithfully since the beginning of the year.

So, if you have a handbag or two and the means to fill it with what you would have appreciated if you were a recipient yourself, bring it to us.

We will ensure it goes to a place where it will bring light and joy to someone amid her pain and suffering.

V Nominate your charity at post@peoplespost.co.za. Bring your donations to the third floor of the Bloemhof Building at 112 Edward Street, Bellville or to Vangate Mall’s centre management.

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