Lifeline Community Store opening

2015-08-26 06:00

LIFELINE Pietermaritzburg has partnered with Msunduzi Pietermaritzburg Tourism Association to address the needs of the elderly and homeless in the city by launching the first annual LifeLine Community Store which will run from its offices at 14 Princess Street on Saturday, 29 August.

This provides a place for the public to drop off clothing for the less fortunate. Clothes need to be clean and in good condition, suitable to be used by others. No clothing with holes, burn marks and in poor condition will be accepted.

Clothing can be dropped off at the offices and big donations can be collected by arrangement. All donations to be made by close of business on Thursday, 27 August.

For more information contact Kyle Mostert at

033 342 4447 or email - Supplied

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