Bundle your old clothes

2017-03-28 06:03

There are only a few days left to donate your oodles and boodles of old clothing, beanies and blankets, or anything else you can think of to help a homeless person keep warm this winter.

With March drawing to an end, this is our final call for donations and also nominations for our Human Rights month leg of the #WeheartPost campaign.

Together with our sister publications, TygerBurger and City Vision, the team at People’s Post aim to collect as many bags of warm and snuggly winter clothing as possible for people living on the streets.

Even though some of us may not understand, support or agree with their way of life, all of us can lend a helping hand without judgment, because it’s a win-win initiative.

It’s as easy as giving your pre-loved, unworn, dust-gathering, will-never-fit-again warm clothing, beanies, scarves, blankets and socks – still in a good and decent condition (no holes, tears or missing buttons) – to those less fortunate.

We believe in giving responsibly, so in honour of their human rights, as celebrated on Human Rights Day last Tuesday, we will be giving your donations to a charitable organisation – of your choice – that works with homeless and/or destitute or needy people.

Don’t forget to nominate your charity to post@peoplespost.co.za or by commenting on the post at the top of our Facebook page.

We hope to make donations to at least two shelters or organisations (per newspaper). Remember: Don’t just nominate, but pak jou kas uit.

A heartfelt thanks to all our readers who have donated so far. Those who’d still like to contribute can donate and nominate until this month’s drive ends on Friday.

We will announce your chosen charity and publish photos of the handover in April.V Collection points are: Our offices at 112 Edward Street in Bellville, Vangate Mall in Athlone or contact our office on 021 910 6500 or post@peoplespost.co.za to arrange for collection through our area-based reporters (provide your address).

There are only a few days left to donate your oodles and boodles of old clothing, beanies and blankets, or anything else you can think of to help a homeless person keep warm this winter.

With March drawing to an end, this is our final call for donations and also nominations for our Human Rights month leg of the #WeKPost campaign.

Together with our sister publications, TygerBurger and City Vision, the team at People’s Post aim to collect as many bags of warm and snuggly winter clothing as possible for people living on the streets.

It’s as easy as giving your pre-loved, unworn, dust-gathering, will-never-fit-again warm clothing, beanies, scarves, blankets and socks – still in a good and decent condition (no holes, tears or missing buttons) – to those less fortunate.

We believe in giving responsibly, so in honour of their human rights, as celebrated on Human Rights Day last Tuesday, we will be giving your donations to a charitable organisation – of your choice – that works with homeless and/or destitute or needy people.

Don’t forget to nominate your charity to post@peoplespost.co.za or by commenting on the post at the top of our Facebook page.

We hope to make donations to at least two shelters or organisations (per newspaper). Remember: Don’t just nominate, but pak jou kas uit.

A heartfelt thanks to all our readers who have donated so far. Those who’d still like to contribute can donate and nominate until this month’s drive ends on Friday. We will announce your chosen charity and publish photos of the handover in April.V Collection points are: Our offices at 112 Edward Street in Bellville, Vangate Mall in Athlone or contact our office on 021 910 6500 or post@peoplespost.co.za to arrange for collection through our area-based reporters (provide your address).

There are only a few days left to donate your oodles and boodles of old clothing, beanies and blankets, or anything else you can think of to help a homeless person keep warm this winter.

With March drawing to an end, this is our final call for donations and also nominations for our Human Rights month leg of the #WeKPost campaign.

Together with our sister publications, TygerBurger and City Vision, the team at People’s Post aim to collect as many bags of warm and snuggly winter clothing as possible for people living on the streets.

All of us can lend a helping hand without judgment, because it’s a win-win initiative.

It’s as easy as giving your pre-loved, unworn, dust-gathering, will-never-fit-again warm clothing, beanies, scarves, blankets and socks – still in a good and decent condition (no holes, tears or missing buttons) – to those less fortunate.

We believe in giving responsibly, so in honour of their human rights, as celebrated on Human Rights Day last Tuesday, we will be giving your donations to a charitable organisation – of your choice – that works with homeless and/or destitute or needy people.

Don’t forget to nominate your charity to post@peoplespost.co.za or by commenting on the post at the top of our Facebook page.

We hope to make donations to at least two shelters or organisations (per newspaper). Remember: Don’t just nominate, but pak jou kas uit.

A heartfelt thanks to all our readers who have donated so far. Those who’d still like to contribute can donate and nominate until this month’s drive ends on Friday.We will announce your chosen charity and publish photos of the handover in April.V Collection points are: Our offices at 112 Edward Street in Bellville, Vangate Mall in Athlone or contact our office on 021 910 6500 or post@peoplespost.co.za to arrange for collection through our area-based reporters (provide your address).

There are only a few days left to donate your old clothing, beanies and blankets, or anything else to help a homeless person keep warm this winter.

With March drawing to an end, this is our final call for donations and also nominations for our Human Rights month leg of the #WeKPost campaign.

Together with our sister publications, TygerBurger and City Vision, the team at People’s Post aim to collect as many bags of warm winter clothing as possible for people living on the streets.

It’s as easy as giving your pre-loved, unworn, dust-gathering, will-never-fit-again warm clothing, beanies, scarves, blankets and socks – still in a good and decent condition (no holes, tears or missing buttons) – to those less fortunate.

We believe in giving responsibly, so in honour of their human rights, as celebrated on Human Rights Day last Tuesday, we will be giving your donations to a charitable organisation – of your choice – that works with homeless and/or destitute or needy people.

Don’t forget to nominate your charity to post@peoplespost.co.za or by commenting on the post at the top of our Facebook page.

We hope to make donations to at least two shelters or organisations (per newspaper). Remember: Don’t just nominate, but pak jou kas uit.

A heartfelt thanks to all our readers who have donated so far. Those who’d still like to contribute can donate and nominate until this month’s drive ends on Friday.

We will announce your chosen charity and publish photos of the handover in April.V Collection points are: Our offices at 112 Edward Street in Bellville, Vangate Mall in Athlone or contact our office on 021 910 6500 or post@peoplespost.co.za to arrange for collection through our area-based reporters (provide your address).

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