Knit, sew or hammer for a good cause

2017-06-22 06:01
Entries for the annual Pretty Things for Little Things campaign, sponsored by Shoprite in conjunction with Age-in-Action, are open.                                   Photo:SUPPLIED

Entries for the annual Pretty Things for Little Things campaign, sponsored by Shoprite in conjunction with Age-in-Action, are open. Photo:SUPPLIED

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KNIT, sew or hammer for a good cause and stand the chance to win.

Entries for the annual Pretty Things for Little Things campaign, sponsored by Shoprite in conjunction with Age-in-Action, are open.

Customers, especially senior citizens, are encouraged to put their creative talents to work and make much-needed toys and clothes for children in disadvantaged communities.

There are four different competition categories: soft toys, blankets, clothing and other - which includes articles made from materials such as wood, tin or wire.

Three winners per category will be selected in each province as well as nationally. The provincial winners will each receive vouchers to the value of R2 000, R1 500 and R1 000 for first, second and third places respectively. National winners will receive vouchers to the value of R5 000, R3 000 and R2 000 for the top three positions respectively. The vouchers can be used at any Shoprite store nationwide.

The Pretty Things for Little Things campaign is part of Shoprite’s #ActForChange initiative - an ongoing commitment to giving back to the local communities in which it operates.

Entries close on August 31. Items can be entered at any Shoprite store or Age-in-Action regional office.

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