Photo Credit: Angel Network - Supplied

The Angel Network has been providing support and aid to the victims of the Johannesburg CBD building fire; this is how you can contribute to their efforts:

 

Johannesburg, South Africa (07 September 2023) – The Angel Network has been providing aid and support to the victims of the Johannesburg CBD fire over the past week. They have provided toiletry packs and hearty meals to the families that have lost everything.

They also set up a donation drop-off for clothing, bedding and any other items to help people rebuild their lives.

They are looking for a little bit of support to keep these people fed and hopefully help them rebuild their lives. Below is the information regarding donations and how you can get involved.

“The Angel Network is serving food to those displaced as well as packing toiletry packs for 400 people who need them. R50 will gift a person with a pack including a toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, comb and facecloth.

If you have clothes and/or any bedding to donate, please drop off in Morningside or Glenhazel.

The Angel Network
FNB
6272 6312 391
Ref toiletries/fire

OR

http://www.walletdoc.com/pay/angel
Ref toiletries/fire”

For more information, please reach out to the Angel Network via Facebook here.


Sources: The Angel Network – Supplied
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