Fill a stocking, spread Christmas cheer

2016-11-23 06:00
Domino Foundation relies on goodwill to fill 2 000 Santa stockings. Amanzimtoti co-ordinator Cheryl Dann with some of the stockings.x Photo: supplied

Domino Foundation relies on goodwill to fill 2 000 Santa stockings. Amanzimtoti co-ordinator Cheryl Dann with some of the stockings.x Photo: supplied

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PLAY Santa this Christmas by helping to fill 2 000 Domino Christmas stockings that will be delivered to 50 KwaZulu-Natal crèches on the Domino Foundation’s Early Childhood Development programme.

As government feeding programmes close over school holidays, the reality is that many children go without meals between academic terms.

So to help communities in the most effective manner, each of the 2 000 children, who are part of The Domino Foundation’s crèche programme, will go home with bag filled with non-perishable food items.

Individuals, work-teams and social clubs are encouraged to get involved by purchasing a reusable Domino gift bag, filling it to the brim with Christmas goodies and dropping off at The Domino Foundation by Friday, 25 November.

If you want to get involved, contact the marketing manager, Rowan on or call the office on 031 563 9605.

The Domino Foundation is a non-profit organisation that wants to see individuals and communities living with dignity, justice, hope and purpose.

They have a range of community transformation initiatives geared towards meeting physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual needs through acts of mercy, combatting injustice and empowering lives.

They currently impact the lives of just over 4 000 individuals every day throughout KZN and the Western Cape.

Fore more information about getting involved go to www.domi and on social media.

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