Are you still looking for a way to spend your 67 minutes doing good for Mandela Day? Here are some ideas that you can use:
Food Forward SA in partnership with Pick n Pay is launching their biggest Food collection and packing event ever. You can get involved by volunteering at your local Pick 'n Pay between the 14th and 16th July, or buy a bag of listed non-perishable food items, or if you are a company, join Food Forward on the 18th July to pack the donated food to be delivered to their 600 beneficiaries in the colder winter months.
To sign up to volunteer, or register your company to participate, visit Food Forward SA
Help Western Province Blood Transfusion Service (WPBTS) with 100 volunteers for less than an hour for Mandela Day. Spend your 67 minutes with us and donate blood at your nearest clinic - find out where here.
As South Africa’s first and only hospice dedicated to children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions, Iris House Children’s Hospice provides life-changing support for families in their own homes in the form of community sits, and in the hospice itself where we provide a place in which children are encouraged to reach their full potential however limited that may be.
Help Iris House Children's Hospice with 10 volunteers for 1-4 hours for Mandela Day. They are planting new flowers in their sensory garden - find out how you can help and what you need to bring here.
Spend Mandela Day 2017 with the awesome Cart Horse Protection Association team! Volunteer at their Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre at the Firlands Equestrian Estate in Somerset West. They need help with cleaning our roofs, cleaning our stable walls and help with cleaning up our paddocks
Get the details of how you can help them here.
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