MyPR: Act of Kindness:
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 4 February 2020: Mall of the South celebrated the Holidays and gave back to education and to the fur-kids.
Shoppers had their gifts beautifully and eco-friendly wrapped by The EduCare Foundation volunteers, and thanks to the shopper’s support, raised over R40 000.
A portion of the proceeds was donated to the Foundation to assist with their Literacy and Community Upliftment project and non-perishable foods for dogs and cats was donated to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) at Alberton and Booysens respectively.
Mall of the South Centre Manager Hester Smith extended her gratitude to the community for their continuous support and selfless act of kindness.
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