Support ‘Toy Story’ and experience the joy of giving

2015-10-15 06:00
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East Coast Breakfast presenter Darren Maule, Sharkie and Zaba at the media launch of East Coast Radio’s Toy Story with Game.

PHOTOS: supplied East Coast Breakfast presenter Darren Maule, Sharkie and Zaba at the media launch of East Coast Radio’s Toy Story with Game.

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EAST Coast Radio’s Toy Story with Game started­ last week.

The annual CSI campaign is aimed at giving every child in a government hospital, children’s home and orphanage in KwaZulu-Natal, a new toy. Cash donations to Toy Story help sustain child-headed households over the long end-of-year school holidays. Each food parcel costs R350 and can feed a family of four people for six weeks. Last year, KZN listeners, schools and businesses donated 31 000 new toys and more than R1.7 million to East Coast Radio’s Toy Story with Game, which funded 4 685 food parcels.

“We are always incredibly humbled by the kindness and generosity shown by people from all across KZN during this annual initiative. Listeners go all out to help us and our key sponsor, Game, makes a difference in the lives of KZN’s disadvantaged children as we work towards building a better society for KZN,” said East Coast Radio’s general manager, Boni Mchunu.

To get involved this year, donate a new toy or make a cash donation at your nearest Game store. Toys can also be dropped off at East Coast Radio’s offices in Umhlanga. - Supplied.

Banking details and further information are available at www.ecr.co.za.

Email

toystory@ecr.co.za to request a collection box

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