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PHOTO: suppliedMirriam Mngwevu (Community Chest), Zoobeida Abdul (Pick n Pay Liberty Midlands Mall), Tracy Adkins (Gift of the Givers) and Angie Narayanan (Communtiy Chest).

PHOTO: suppliedMirriam Mngwevu (Community Chest), Zoobeida Abdul (Pick n Pay Liberty Midlands Mall), Tracy Adkins (Gift of the Givers) and Angie Narayanan (Communtiy Chest).

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GIFT of the Givers in partnership with Community Chest and Pick n Pay embarks in the “One man one can initiative”

The Gift of the Givers experienced the tragedy of famine in Niger in 2005 and Somalia in 2011.

Families walked hundreds of kilometres in search of food and in that desperate situation a parent or a child was left to die because no one had the energy to carry them to a feeding centre.

This is the tragic effect of hunger, thirst and associated disease all of which are preventable.

The Gift of the Givers in partnership with Community Chest and the Pick n Pay (Liberty Midlands Mall) invites you and your company to join hands and help countries such as Yemen, Somalia and South Sudan with the following:

• Cash donations

• Non-perishable items such as cans and water

Cash donation can be deposited into the account of Gift of the Givers, Standard Bank, account number 052278611

Can items and water can be dropped off at the donation boxes available outside Pick n Pay (Liberty Midlands Mall), Gift of the Givers warehouse (31 Willowton Road, Pietermaritzburg) and Community Chest office (12 Stranack Street, Pietermaritzburg)

Your donations will help to save a life.

For more information, visit www.giftofthegivers.org or phone, toll free 0800 78 6777.

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