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Making a difference to those with epilepsy

To coincide with Dullstroom’s Winter Festival from 5-7 July (2013) Pam Golding Properties is asking members of the public to assist in PGP’s ‘Making a Difference’ campaign by contributing to Epilepsy South Africa’s Dullstroom Care Centre.

Says Anton Greeff, PGP’s local area principal: “Established in 1979, Epilepsy SA’s Dullstroom Care Centre plays an important role in our local community in taking care of the physical, social and psychological well-being of 142 adults who cannot live independently, and includes those with all types of disabilities as well as those with epilepsy. These include vulnerable people with severe disabilities who live in rural communities, and those whose families cannot take care of them.

Epilepsy SA is geared towards the delivery of social services within the broad policy and legislative framework on disability to ensure that all people with epilepsy, who are poor and vulnerable, have adequate economic and social protection and have access to social welfare programmes which will promote development and enhance their social functioning, and to bring about sustainable improvements in their well-being and that of their families and communities.

“We believe it is important for us at Pam Golding Properties to become involved in local charities in our community, and as part of our Making a Difference initiative, we ask the public to help us in turning obstacles into potential by contributing to the Epilepsy SA’s Dullstroom Care Centre, which forms a big part of this community.

“Please sms the word ‘HOPE’ to 48716 to make a once-off donation of R10 to Epilepsy South Africa. All contributions will make a difference to this worthy cause. And please join our dynamic team over the weekend  (5-7 July) at the Dullstroom Pam Golding Properties office at the Dullstroom Centre where we will be providing boerewors rolls and popcorn in support of our Making a Difference campaign for Epilepsy South Africa – Dullstroom,” says Greeff.

For further information contact Pam Golding Properties Dullstroom on 013 254 0205 or Epilepsy South Africa, Dullstroom on 013 2540161 or email dullstroom@pamgolding.co.za.


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