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The Reach For A Dream Foundation is looking for the gifted gift-wrappers of South Africa, they need volunteers to help them raise funds by wrapping gifts!


South Africa – There are three kinds of people in the world, the ones who take gift wrapping seriously, the ones who don’t care and buy gift bags instead, and the ones that try even if they fail. And at Christmas time, it becomes all about the wrapping, well the unwrapping.

If you have ever been to a party and there has been that one gift that was wrapped poorly, you can guarantee someone has passed a comment. So this year, in aid of charity, you can fool all your friends and family with perfectly wrapped gifts!

The elves at Reach for a Dream Foundation are setting up their stations outside Toys R Us shops and helping to wrap your gifts. Supporting them will help raise funds for all the 2020 dreams to come.

But the feel-good vibes don’t stop there, besides supporting them by purchasing their gift-wrapping skills, you can also volunteer your own wrapping skills.

The charity is looking for people from all over South Africa to help them from the 13th to the 24th of December.

“This festive season join us across the country at your nearest Toys R Us as we wrap gifts to raise funds for dreams. From 13 – 24 Dec we need volunteers to help us wrap gifts. DM us your name, contact info & region so the relevant branch can contact you.”

To volunteer your time, you can message the charity via Facebook here.

Sources: Reach For A Dream (Linked Above)
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