Awesome SA Newsletter - December 2015
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Awesome SA Newsletter - December 2015

Awesome SA Newsletter - December 2015

2015 is drawing to a close!
Awesome SA has achieved success because of your support. Thank you!
Have a wonderful, relaxing and joyful festive season. We look forward to working together in 2016.
With heartfelt appreciation,
The Awesome SA team


Bakusasa Trust – Enriching Lives through Golf

Bakusasa Trust

From disadvantaged children to leaders, the Bakusasa Trust is changing the lives of children through the game of golf. If you'd like to get involved in sponsoring a child, contact Lee at lee@bakusasa.org.za | www.bakusasa.org.za.

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Gcinamasiko Arts & Heritage Trust

Gcinamasiko Arts & Heritage Trust

Awesome SA has secured premises for Gcina Mhlophe’s Memory House on the second floor of Pixley House in Durban. Thanks to Propertuity for your very generous contribution in enabling the Memory House to become a reality. If you would like to contribute or get involved please contact nikita@awesomesa.co.za.

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Eden Kids Trust

Eden Kids Trust

Eden Kids Foundation was established by Pastor Joel to enhance the development of primary school children living in the Jika Joe/Masukwana Informal settlement in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu Natal. See more on Together SA.

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The plight of students

The plight of students

The issue of University fees has been in the spotlight over recent months. The team at Awesome SA discovered that students at UKZN, Pietermaritzburg Campus do not have enough money to feed themselves or live in decent accommodation and put out a call to assist students in need of support. Woolworths at the Cascades Lifestyle Centre, Pietermaritzburg now donate food every Friday through Awesome SA to assist these students.

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March for a corruption-free SA

March for a corruption-free SA

In partnership with Avaaz, Together SA - an Awesome SA initiative - launched an online campaign calling for a corruption-free South Africa. Over 24 000 people added their name to the call, including the Desmond Tutu Foundation, Johnny Clegg, Sipho Mchunu (Jaluka) and Imtiaz Sooliman (Gift of the Givers)

On 30 September 2015, our team joined more than 200 organisations and 15 000 South Africans who took to the streets across the country and marched as a call for an end to corruption.

We believe that anything is possible when South Africans come together for the good of our country.


Absolutely Awesome South Africa

Absolutely Awesome South Africa

Launched in September 2015, this recently published coffee table book is packed with completely new content and design on every page and is full of South African humour, history and interesting facts.

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