WP Media staff spread the festive cheer

2018-12-20 06:01
WP Media staff with the 60 gifts bought for the children.     PHOTO: Supplied

WP Media staff with the 60 gifts bought for the children. PHOTO: Supplied

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Staffers at WP Media, distributors of City Vision, People’s Postand TygerBurger, spread some love and festive cheer by giving presents to children at the Leliebloem House.

Leliebloem House was founded as House of Mercy by Bishop Gray in 1868. Archdeacon Lightfoot donated a sum of money for the purpose of establishing a refuge for fallen women in Plein Street, Cape Town. In 1886, House of Mercy was resettled on a site on the Leliebloem House Estate, made possible through the generosity of the Society of St John the Evangelist.

WP Media staff visited the home last Wednesday to hand over gifts to the children and spent a few moments with them.V For more information, visit www.leliebloem.org.za.

Staffers at WP Media, distributors of People’s Post, TygerBurger and City Vision, spread some love and festive cheer by gifting a present to children housed at Leliebloem House.

Leliebloem House was founded as House of Mercy by Bishop Gray in 1868. Archdeacon Lightfoot gave a sum of money for the purpose of establishing a refuge for fallen women in Plein Street, Cape Town. In 1886, House of Mercy was resettled on a site on the Leliebloem House Estate, made possible by through the generosity of the Society of St John the Evangelist.

WP Media staff visited the home on Wednesday to hand over the gifts to the children and spend a few moments with them.V For more information, visit www.leliebloem.org.za.

Staffers at WP Media, distributors of People’s Post, TygerBurger and City Vision, spread some love and festive cheer by gifting a present to children housed at Leliebloem House.

Leliebloem House was founded as House of Mercy by Bishop Gray in 1868. Archdeacon Lightfoot gave a sum of money for the purpose of establishing a refuge for fallen women in Plein Street, Cape Town. In 1886, House of Mercy was resettled on a site on the Leliebloem House Estate, made possible by through the generosity of the Society of St John the Evangelist. WP Media staff visited the home on Wednesday to hand over the gifts to the children and spend a few moments with them.V For more information, visit www.leliebloem.org.za.

Staffers at WP Media, distributors of People’s Post, TygerBurger and City Vision, spread some love and festive cheer by gifting a present to children housed at Leliebloem House.

Leliebloem House was founded as House of Mercy by Bishop Gray in 1868. Archdeacon Lightfoot gave a sum of money for the purpose of establishing a refuge for fallen women in Plein Street, Cape Town. In 1886, House of Mercy was resettled on a site on the Leliebloem House Estate, made possible by through the generosity of the Society of St John the Evangelist.

WP Media staff visited the home on Wednesday to hand over the gifts to the children and spend a few moments with them.V For more information, visit www.leliebloem.org.za.

Staffers at WP Media, distributors of People’s Post, TygerBurger and City Vision, spread some love and festive cheer by gifting a present to children housed at Leliebloem House.

Leliebloem House was founded as House of Mercy by Bishop Gray in 1868. Archdeacon Lightfoot gave a sum of money for the purpose of establishing a refuge for fallen women in Plein Street, Cape Town. In 1886, House of Mercy was resettled on a site on the Leliebloem House Estate, made possible by through the generosity of the Society of St John the Evangelist.

WP Media staff visited the home on Wednesday to hand over the gifts to the children and spend a few moments with them.V For more information, visit www.leliebloem.org.za.

Staffers at WP Media, distributors of People’s Post, TygerBurger and City Vision, spread some love and festive cheer by gifting a present to children housed at Leliebloem House.

Leliebloem House was founded as House of Mercy by Bishop Gray in 1868. Archdeacon Lightfoot gave a sum of money for the purpose of establishing a refuge for fallen women in Plein Street, Cape Town. In 1886, House of Mercy was resettled on a site on the Leliebloem House Estate, made possible by through the generosity of the Society of St John the Evangelist. WP Media staff visited the home on Wednesday to hand over the gifts to the children and spend a few moments with them.V For more information, visit www.leliebloem.org.za.

Staffers at WP Media, distributors of People’s Post, TygerBurger and City Vision, spread some love and festive cheer by gifting a present to children housed at Leliebloem House.

Leliebloem House was founded as House of Mercy by Bishop Gray in 1868. Archdeacon Lightfoot gave a sum of money for the purpose of establishing a refuge for fallen women in Plein Street, Cape Town. In 1886, House of Mercy was resettled on a site on the Leliebloem House Estate, made possible by through the generosity of the Society of St John the Evangelist. WP Media staff visited the home on Wednesday to hand over the gifts to the children and spend a few moments with them.V For more information, visit www.leliebloem.org.za.

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