Camperdown Community gets Bread-Making Oven

Celebrate Life launched their first bread making oven into the community in Camperdown.  This is a wonderful, sustainable project, empowering women and children to run their own bakeries.  Each oven costs R10,000 and we are looking for any sponsors who would like to help us make a difference and install these ovens into many communities.

A big thank you to Capital Outsourcing for their continued support in helping us make a difference.

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