Support Project L3

2016-06-29 06:00
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PROJECT L3is an innovative fund raising project for Child Welfare SA - KwaDukuza that was launched on

2 March 2016.
In view of the financial constraints facing Child Welfare organisations, there was a need to explore new fund raising ventures. The project highlights the child protection theme and the theme color is green. The slogan is “Protect Children - Vikela Abantwana”.

This fund raiser involves the sale of wristbands, badges and t-shirts depicting the child protection theme.

The wrist bands cost R15 and the badges cost R10. T-shirts are priced at R50.

Project L3 will be showcased at the Winter Fair from 1-3 July.

Wristbands, t-shirts and badges will be sold at the Project L3 stall.

On Saturday, 2 July the theme at the fair is Project L3. Patrons, volunteers and sponsors are requested to wear green to show their support for child protection. LETS GO GREEN FOR OUR CHILDREN! REMEMBER CHILD PROTECTION IS EVERYBODY’S BUSINESS!


Child Welfare SA - KwaDukuza and Richfield Graduate Institute of Technology will hold a raffle competition at the Winter Fair from 1-3 July to raise the much needed funds to sustain the society.

Richfield Graduate Institute of Technology sponsored generous prizes for the raffle competition.

First prize is a bursary valued at R20 000 and a Lenovo tablet. Raffle tickets priced at R5 will be sold at

the Winter Fair. Members of the community, schools and service providers are urged to support this

worthy cause. The draw will take placed in December 2016 to enable winners to redeem their prizes for

the new academic year in January 2017.

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