Fundraising breakfast a success

2018-04-04 06:03
Navie Pannan, Swanee Pillay, Hazel Naicker and Rita Varadarajulu.PHOTOS:Kalisha Naicker

Navie Pannan, Swanee Pillay, Hazel Naicker and Rita Varadarajulu.PHOTOS:Kalisha Naicker

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WITH a motto, “No woman or child in need should have to be turned away ...”, Operation Restore Hope Safe House had a fundraising Ladies Breakfast on Tuesday, March 27 at The Enchanted Gardens (Old Durban Airport).

The organisation’s mission is to find a safe house to shelter rape victims/ abused women and children and help victims to come to terms with their present trauma and develop them into successful, independent individuals.

For more information on the organisation, contact 063 398 6832.

Pictures are attendees at the event.


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