Care for Fourways communities and surrounds

Charm Laubscher, operations director; Queeneth Brown, marketing and donor liason; and Glynis Courtney, head of HeronBridge Preparatory.


HeronBridge Training and Resource Centre encouraged the community to invest in change.

“We would like to encourage the Fourways community to consider investing in two causes and stand a chance to win amazing prizes through purchasing a ticket,” said Queeneth Brown, marketing liaison for the centre.

Each ticket will cost a R1 000.

According to Brown, the centre and Lesedi OutReach provide critical services to neighbouring communities such as Diepsloot and surrounding disadvantaged communities.

These two non-profit organisations are pushing back the tide and significantly impacting this generation. “Invest in them as they invest in the life of a child.”

There are only 2 000 tickets available.

Details: To invest for a change visit the website.



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