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Pick ‘n Pay shows support for HOPE Cape Town

Written by: Sithandwa Ngwetsheni

HOPE Cape Town Donor Relations Manager, Mr Fahim Docrat said, “We are delighted with this donation which will help us to continue to operate in the more than twenty communities that we serve.We are very grateful to Pick ‘nPay for supporting our efforts.”

Pick ‘n Pay representative, Ms Judy van Aswegen added, “HOPE Cape Town is an organisation that operates at grass roots level and is having a positive impact on so many lives. We want to acknowledge the good work they do and also play our part.”

HOPE Cape Town is located at the Medical School of the University of Stellenbosch – Tygerberg Campus and is a non-profit organization providing outreach, education and counselling at community level, focusing on HIV/AIDS and TB in the Western Cape.

HOPE Cape Town is linked to the University of Stellenbosch and cooperates with the department of Paediatrics and “KID-CRU”, the Tygerberg Hospital research unit for paediatric infectious diseases.

HOPE Cape Town began their work in 2001 with its mission to impact the communities they work in and have been very successful to date. Having expanded their services to address the increasing need they are now more reliant on the generosity of business and individuals to help fund their programmes.

To find out more about HOPE Cape Town, please visit their website www.hopecapetown.com or phone Fahim Docrat on 021 938 9339.



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