Make a child’s dream come true

2017-05-10 06:02

HELP make a dream come true for children with a life- threatening illness by purchasing a Reach for a Dream wristband and wear your slippers to work on 12 May – Slipper Day. The Reach for a Dream Foundation is calling on all to buy a R10 wristband - the funds raised from this creative initiative will all go towards fulfilling dreams of children who have been diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses such as cancer and cardiac conditions.
Wristbands are on sale at all Wimpy’s and Pick n Pay - Greytown Wimpy has a stock of these wristbands - and when you buy one (or more) you get a free cup of coffee.

“We only get one chance to fulfill a child’s dream. A magical moment always occurs when the dream is being fulfilled because for each child that magical moment changes everything for them,” says Julia Sotirianakos, foundation CEO.
“We believe in the power of what a dream can do. We give strength and courage to our children to fight their illnesses.”

For more information on the wonderful work carried out by the Reach for a Dream foundation contact www.reachforadream.org.za

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