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Adding HOPE to the fight against HIV/AIDS and related illnesses

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When HOPE Cape Town began expanding their work in improving the quality of life of children and families affected by HIV/AIDS and related illnesses, they knew they’d be needing additional support from kind donors.

Sensing the need and wanting to acknowledge the already stellar work carried out by HOPE Cape Town, supermarket giant Pick ‘n Pay recently contributed an impressive R10 000.

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“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,” said Pick ‘n Pay representative, Judy van Aswegen.

The donation will assist HOPE Cape Town in successfully continuing to operate in the more than 20 communities they serve.

“We are very grateful to Pick ‘n Pay for supporting our efforts,” said HOPE Cape Town Donor Relations Manager, Fahim Docrat.

Based at the University of Stellenbosch’s Medical School Tygerberg Campus, HOPE Cape Town provides outreach, education, and counselling at a community level.

Their focus is on HIV/AIDS and TB in the Western Cape.

To find out more about HOPE Cape Town, visit their website, www.hopecapetown.com, or call Fahim Docrat on 021 938 9930.


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