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Awesome party coming up - and for a good cause

May 8, 2019

 

This May, marks ten years of serving vulnerable women and children through Breath of Life, an initiative of the Restore Trust. To celebrate the incredible journey and raise funds for our continued efforts, we are hosting our first Music Fest. We have some amazing talent lined up and can’t wait to welcome you to at the Old Selbornian Sports Club. Buy your tickets through Computicket, pack a picnic and come be a part of leaving a legacy of love in the city of East London!

 

Our main act on stage:

1) Matthew Mole.

 

Our supporting act on stage will be:

1) Southern Gypsy Queen

2) 3rd Degree

3) Jason Gladwin

 

Ticket Prices: Children under 7 Years = R 30.00

Children 7 Years to 15 Years = R 75.00

16 Years and older = R 150.00

Coldrinks will be on sale. No alcohol will be on sale

 

Music Fest is a fundraiser in aid of Restore Trust. Restore Trust is celebrating its 10th anniversary as an NPO that was established in response to growing needs in Buffalo City. They have a heart to bring restoration of those in need by developing innovative responses to social problems, treating the people of our city with dignity and respect. When you buy your ticket you’ll be supporting the following:

 

Breath of Life – Impacting the lives of women in crisis pregnancies and the destinies of the unborn. They provide an alternative for women, who otherwise would have chosen either termination or abandonment. This growing crisis demanded an urgent response and the Restore Trust launched two projects under Breath of Life to meet this need:

 

Place of Safety – offering a loving home to abandoned babies. To date they have cared for 140 babies.

 

Crisis Pregnancy Centre – offering counselling in termination clinics and schools around East London, educating women of their choices. To date they have counselled over 21,000 women.

 

Restore Job Creation – Creating a new future by restoring, reskilling and recycling. This is achieved through two projects:

 

iThemba Second Take Shop – offering hope and dignity to the less fortunate by providing quality second hand products, ranging from baby clothes to roof sheeting, at affordable prices.

 

Restore4Life – offering a training program which gives candidates, who have been through their discipleship course, the opportunity to learn a new skills which they can use to obtain employment.

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