Big names raise funds for childline

2013-10-04 00:00

CHILDLINE KZN, which says it needs R2 million to survive, has managed to raise R400 000.

Childline KZN spokesperson Vikki Vink said that in order for the organisation to keep operating, they had decided to rope in a few well-known names.

“We are not asking businessmen for money, all we want is two hours of their time.

“We want them to come to Childline KZN, get on the phone and get their business partners, associates and contacts to pledge money and save this service, which is critical to the children and youth”, she said. She added that DUT spokesperson Alan Khan and eThekwini speaker Logie Naidoo were among those who would help meet the target amount.

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