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CapeRecovery

CapeRecovery

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Cape Recovery, headed by Simon Turner has joined forces with Breaking Bread Community Development, to fundraise for the children of Salt River that Breaking Bread currently looks after, as well as the addicts in the area that are in need of interventions and rehab. Cape Recovery is looking to sponsor a place in one of the top rehabs as well. 

To add to this fundraiser, we're hosing a Karaoke event on the 19th August! Social anxiety is a huge issue for addicts in recovery, and we sometimes need a push to be sociable. Simon Turner will sing the first song to get things going - so get your friends and family involved by donating towards these two wonderful causes, and giving addicts a chance at Recovery. 

We welcome any donations, and we can't wait to see you all at the Karaoke Event! Please spread the word to family and friends, and come and check out Breaking Bread every Friday at 4pm on the Village Green in Observatory. 

Donations

Name Comment Date Amount
Anonymous Nice one Simon Jul 30, 2017 R 205.64
Valerie Hope you raise loads for these great causes. Jul 21, 2017 USD $ 13.57
Kasia With love from Poland x x Jul 21, 2017 USD $ 36.35
Anon Well done guys Jul 21, 2017 R 514.10
N, R, B, J & E Well done Uncle Simon/Bro. Love N, R, B ,J & E xxxxx Jul 20, 2017 R 420.32
Eileen Turner You are doing a great job! Jul 19, 2017 USD $ 68.62
Simon Turner Let's get this thing going and help the homeless and the addicts who truly desire recovery, that's the CapeRecovery way! Thanks to our partners at African Sunrise too! Jul 15, 2017 R 514.10
The Armstrongs Getting things started! Jul 15, 2017 R 514.10
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Statistics

Donations to date

R 3 703.35

Fundraising target

R 50 000.00
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Breaking Bread Community Development

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Breaking Bread Community Development is an Organisation that aims to help the Homeless and destitute. We currently run Soup Sessions, where we feed the Homeless in Observatory – we don’t just serve food, we have conversations, we sing, we dance and we get to know one another.