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Coffeeberry Café has pledged to support the Community Chest’s Workplace Giving Programme. This process is where staff voluntary sign a monthly or weekly pledge form with an amount they are comfortable to be deducted from their salary to be donated to the Community Chest. All funds raised goes directly to the charities we have committed to support. Thanking Coffeeberry Café owner Con Malherb (right) is Sam Sokhela from Community Chest. To introduce the Workplace Giving Programme, phone 033 394 1031 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgPHOTO: jonathan burton
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