If you haven’t heard of the Good Work Gig then you’re in for a treat.
The GWG will be hosted by the Grand Cafe on Camps Bay beach, and is in aid of The Good Work Foundation. Keeping in spirit with its name, the Good Work Foundation is a charity dedicated to helping the young and the elderly affected by AIDS.
Absolutely 100% of your R350 ticket goes to the cause, and you get a welcome cocktail, canapes, and a live performance by GoodLuck, The Dirty Skirts, and Plush, all three of whom we thoroughly approve of. Just a quick warning, your inner ear will be pleasured.
So let’s recap: you donate R350 to a great charity, and you have excellent live music washing over your ear drums, and fine beverages thrust into your hand. It’s basically a joke.
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You’ll also have the opportunity to bid for a number of rare items, including, but not limited to:
– A Jordy Smith autographed surfboard
– A signed Guitar by the artists performing
– A 2-night getaway for two to the famous 5-Star Londolozi Private Game Reserve, valued at R15 000
– A 2-night weekend stay at the Grand Café and Rooms B&B and 1 dinner, valued at R6 000
– A 2-night stay for two at Aquila Game Reserve, valued at R14 000
So not so bad there, either.
You can buy your ticket right here.
If you are unable to attend but would still like to make a contribution to this incredibly important work, the following account has been set up. No amount is too small when you consider some families of eight people in Philippi are living off less than R200 per month. Your generosity is more gratefully received than you will ever know.
Account Holder – Marula Trust Good Work Foundation
Branch: Corporate Saver
Branch Code: 720026
Account No. 9016530405
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