Raising funds through comedy

2016-05-26 06:00
PHOTOS: candyce krishna Umbango Temple members at the comedy show.

PHOTOS: candyce krishna Umbango Temple members at the comedy show.

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A SOLD-OUT show with lots of support from the community and hard work and dedication from committee members, was evident at the Port Shepstone
Civic Centre on Saturday evening where a fund-raiser comedy show was held.

The Keshivan Medical Trust committee members decided that laughter was what Port Shepstone needed and brought to town, the Dingalings show, Got Admitted.

All funds were donated to
Keshivan Govender, a three-year-old boy, who was born with Spastic
cerebral palsy.

These funds will enable his
parents, Jason and Charmaine, to obtain stem cell treatment for him at the Shenzhein Beike Biotechnology Co Ltd.


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