Celebs help kids reach their dreams

2018-05-10 11:42
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Celebs have taken upon themselves to wear slippers and have fun with kids just before Slipper Day.

Since 1988, The Reach For A Dream Foundation has brought hope, joy and healing to South African children and their families by offering the child a magical moment to regain their childhood that is being lost to an life-threatening illness.

“By fulfilling their dreams, Reach For A Dream brings hope, joy and inspiration by offering a magical moment to regain a childhood lost to illness” – Julia Sotirianakos, CEO, Reach For A Dream

You can also make the dreams of life-threatened children come true when you purchase your R10 wristband from any Pick n Pay or Wimpy store or Reach For A Dream branch. Wearing your R10 wristband and slippers will also get you a free coffee from Wimpy on the 11th May 2018.

“Wimpy is a proud partner of the initiative for the fifth year in a row, “Slipper Day’s core values and beliefs resonate with Wimpy’s family-orientated brand, one that is focused on creating memorable moments with loved ones. It is a privilege to contribute to making dreams come true,” says Luise Peters, Marketing Manager at Wimpy.

Rev Jesse Jackson has also taken part in this initiative.

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