‘Raving’ breakfast party hosted

2016-10-18 06:00
Photo: supplied At the breakfast (from left) Shelley-Ann Taylor, Tracy Short, Tasha Govender, Kim Griffith Jones and Jarod Grossberg.

Photo: supplied At the breakfast (from left) Shelley-Ann Taylor, Tracy Short, Tasha Govender, Kim Griffith Jones and Jarod Grossberg.

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ON Heritage Day, The Morning Rave got together with Tomy Takkies for a breakfast party.

They joined forces to collect shoes for the Robin Hood Foundation's “Choose Your Shoes campaign”. This initiative will be putting shoes on the feet of over 1 000 underprivileged children in Amaoti, Inanda.

Morning Rave fans were asked to trade pairs of good pre-loved shoes for a new pair of locally-made genuine Tomy Takkies. The response was amazing with over 400 pairs being collected. The shoes will given to Kim Griffith Jones, The Robin Hood Foundation co-ordinator this week.

Jarod Grossberg, Tomy Takkies brand manager said: "The Morning Rave was amazing. We are grateful we could be involved such a great initiative and support The Robin Hood Foundation."

“We are incredibly grateful to The Morning Rave and Tomy Takkies for supporting our Choose Your Shoes campaign with their Heritage Day event. What a fantastic contribution towards blessing these children,” added Griffith Jones.

To get involved or find out more about the foundation and how you can help, email robinhoodfund@telkomsa.net or contact Griffith Jones on 076 612 9060.

- Supplied.

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