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Please donate to our Lake Malawi Challenge

Training with Hank McGregor on North Beach, Durban

The Malawi Challenge is 4 months away when 8 girls take to the waters of Lake Malawi to paddle across 27km to raise funds for the oven project in rural communities.  Each paddler is required to raise R50,000  to help our beautiful ladies in the rural communities.

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We recently had the privilege of Hank McGregor's coaching in the sea where we learned some valuable lessons.

Anyone wishing to donate may do so either through Paypal on our front page or via Just Giving or directly to Celebrate Life SA as per the banking details on our home page.

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Lake Malawi Fundraising Challenge

Thank you to our sponsors who have sponsored us for the Malawi challenge so far. Your giving spirit means so much to us and the communities we can help. We are hoping to place our next oven at the Vukuzame Self help Programme for the physically challenged in Hammersdale. These ladies make items that are made solely from plastic and sold to raise money for their programme.

Anyone who can donate plastic for their plastic recycling project, please contact me on 0824401730.

Watch this space for a further update. Heartfelt thanks again, Cherry.

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Savannah Park Women Empowerment

This week we checked in on our Savannah Park Women Empowerment programme where we have installed 2 ovens. These ladies are amazing and their enthusiasm embraces you as you walk into the bakery. They are selling to the surrounding communities and are networked with other women empowerment groups who support the bread sales as well.

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This project is such a beautiful example of how sustainable and empowering this Oven Project is. We are hoping to place more ovens in the programme in Hammarsdale shortly.

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Another oven in Savannah Park!

Celebrate Life has installed a second oven in Savannah Park Womens Empowerment programme.

These ladies are rocking with the baking and sales of their breads on a daily basis. They are making a living for themselves and are totally dedicated to the project. It fills my heart with joy to see such commitment and passion amongst these great women.

Thank you Deanne Hamilton for donating on a monthly basis to allow us to donate product to them.

One small act of kindness can change a nation!

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Bread Making Oven at Sherwood Hospice

We are proud to announce we have installed an oven at Hospice in Sherwood. 

As cancer and HIV have been so much part of my life as a palliative care nursing sister, this is a project very close to my heart.

The breads made daily will be going into food parcels for the HIV patients in communities who have no means of getting food as they lie ill in the rural outbacks.

I am passionate about this and maybe we can install a second oven there in the near future. Thank you Nico.

 

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