*Please help us raise funds to help those in need*
African Secret strives to be more than just a business that offers quality locally-made products. At the core of our existence is a burning passion to help those in need. We have been doing so since our inception, and now, more than ever, we need to practice humanity. Thanks to technology, platforms like these make it easier to work together to extend a helping hand and assist the most vulnerable in our community.
1. to raise funds in order to provide much needed essentials to the Saartjie Baartman Centre, which had a devastating fire in May 2020.
2. to market and promote small businesses, most of whom are struggling during this pandemic.
Click on this link to donate on Quicket:
Proceeds go towards essentials for the Saartjie Baartman Centre and others in need.
Every R50 or R100 ticket purchased, gets an entry into our luck draw to win awesome prizes.
WANT TO HELP?
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If you would like to come on board and assist with sponsorship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to sponsor a prize then please email us. Prizes can include: pamper/beauty vouchers, products, clothing, cosmetics, men’s/kids/baby products, online vouchers, accommodation vouchers, wine, chocolates, cakes, meal vouchers, business services/assistance, etc.
This fundraiser will run until 31st August 2020 where we will announce the total raised and random draw prize winners.
One of the beneficiaries will be the Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children.
About the Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children:
“The Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children (SBCWC) was opened in 1999 in response to the high rates of violence against women and children on the Cape Flats near Cape Town. We provide essential, cost-free services 365 days a year to abused women and children employing a comprehensive range of services for the effective treatment and prevention of violence against women and children. We were the first ‘one-stop’ centre in South Africa.
Some of the services provided are managed directly by the Saartjie Baartman Centre. These include a 24-hour crisis response programme; a residential shelter programme and transitional housing for abused women and their children; a psycho-social support programme including a children’s counselling programme; a substance abuse programme and accredited job-skills training programmes for our clients.
The vision of the SBCWC is the creation of a safe and secure society within a human rights culture, where women and children are empowered and live in a violence-free society.”