Truck Loads of Donations

Game is another massive retail brand that has jumped on board to help with the Western Capes relief efforts, the gave 3 truck loads worth of donations!


Game has teamed up with the humanitarian, non-government organisation, Gift of the Givers, who indicated that other urgent donations needed consisted of towels, face cloths, blankets, buckets, 5l bottles of water, easy open cans of baked beans and pilchards, biscuits, cereal bars, long life milk, bread, peanut butter, nappies, waterless soap, bath soap, sanitary towels and antiseptic creams.

“As the flash floods hit Cape Town and the tragic fires broke in Knysna, Game jumped into action overnight and dispatched 3 trucks full of blankets, food and sanitary disaster relief items to the value of R430 000.”

“We are aware of the fact that there are many people who would like to lend a helping hand and as a result, we have marked down many relief items to below cost price in the Game Knysna store, Game George and Game Mossel Bay. These items can be placed in dedicated collection boxes in our stores.” – Mark Turner, Game’s Marketing and Brand Director.

For anyone wanting to make donations, the items listed above are currently what organisations need most! Remember, no donation is too small.

If you can and are able to assist, cash contributions should be made to Gift of the Givers, Standard Bank, Pietermaritzburg, account number 052137228, branch code 057525.

You can see all the items Game sent to help the families and individuals affected by weeks events below!

Sources: Facebook
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