DIE EILAND HUIS DONATIONS

Table View Lion’s Freda Dodd received a donation from the Pick n Pay West Coast Village of Nappies and Soap Powder to donate to Die Eiland Huis a home for children and adults suffering from a range of physical and mental disabilities.

Freda handover of Nappies and Soap Powder

Freda handover of Nappies and Soap Powder

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TOYS & STATIONERY COLLECTION DRIVE

In a joint venture with Table View Shopping Centre, Table View Lions Club will be collecting good quality toys and stationery to distribute to needy organisations to give some cheer at Christmas.

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From 24 November to 15 December, the Centre will have clearly marked boxes for the public to drop off their donations.
On Sunday, 1st December from 10am to 2pm, members of Table View Lions Club will be positioned in Pick ‘n Pay’s small parking area (by Engen/TyreMart) to collect donations from the public.

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Stationery items (such as scissors, colouring books, calculators, pens, rules, erasers, writing paper, basic art materials, etc) will be given to Tygerberg Hospital School (the Centre’s charity) and the toys will be distributed by the club members to various organisations as far as Atlantis.

We look forward to the generous support of our community once again.