Donate and bring joy to a child’s festive season

15:48 (GMT+2) Thu, 11 Nov 2021
Donate and bring joy to a child’s festive season Venue: 54 Aliwal Street, Bloemfontein

1 December 2021

Mid-Morning Magic 09:00 – 12:00 (OFM Outside Broadcast)

OFM, along with Childline Free State, is calling on you to help put smiles on the faces of more children this year. Unwrapped gifts for children can be delivered to 54 Aliwal Street, Bloemfontein between 08:00 and 17:00 on Wednesday.

Mid-Morning Magic with Yolanda Maartens will broadcast live from the drive from 09:00.

What should my gift be? The beneficiaries range in age from newborns to 18 years. 58% are girls and 42% are boys. Most of them are between 10 and 17 years old. Consider this when buying your gift (such as a toy for a younger child or an age-appropriate gift for a teenager), and please remember the essentials (such as stationery and toiletries). If you would rather like to make a cash donation (to purchase school clothes), it would also be appreciated!

Childline Free State is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation concerned with the betterment of society and, particularly, children. They act in the public interest, in the protection and care, of vulnerable children.

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