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Calls for Day Zero volunteers and donors to sign up

Written by: Qama Qukula

The Water Institute of Southern Africa (Wisa) has launched a platform for volunteers to donate time or goods to assist officials tasked with managing the Cape water crisis.

Read: Why you should think twice about stockpiling bottled water

Wisa CEO explains that the database will list the people willing to volunteer their time at water collection points and those making pledges or donations.

We know that South Africans are uniquely resilient and that we come together to assist one another during times of need.

 Lester Goldman, CEO of the Water Institute of South Africa

We created this volunteer platform to help streamline strength in numbers and connect those who can help and those who need help.

Lester Goldman, CEO of the Water Institute of South Africa

You can sign up here to support.

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This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Calls for Day Zero volunteers and donors to sign up




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