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February
2012

Earthmother Organic & WhizzKids United Collaborate on Kilimanjaro Project

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HUGE Thank You to Earthmother Organic, Darren Glazer, Doris Nadler (not pictured) and Eva Muller.
HUGE Thank You to Earthmother Organic, Darren Glazer, Doris Nadler (not pictured) and Eva Muller.

In less than two weeks, WhizzKids United team member Theo Mitchell will climb Mt. Kilimanjaro for the children of the WhizzKids United Health Academy. To show support for WhizzKids United and his effort, Durban's own Earthmother Organic has decided to partner with the charity for this tremendous cause. Earthmother Organic has now dedicated their cafe and store as a donation centre for soccer-related items for the year.

Customers and guests of Earthmother Organic can now donate their gently-used soccer equipment at the Glenwood-based health shop. Old shoes, kits, balls and gloves are items that are encouraged to be donated. 100% of the gifts will go directly to the children that utilize the adolesent-friendly health centre in Edendale, Pietermaritzburg, the WhizzKids United Health Academy. All gifts will be collected on February 29, 2012 where they will then be delivered to the Health Academy.

 

Earthmother Organic is a cafe and store that is located on 106 Bulwer Road in the Glenwood section of Durban. They offer the latest and best in organic food products that can contribute to living a healthy lifestyle. For more information on Earthmother Organic, please visit their website. WhizzKids United wants to sincerely thank Earthmother Organic, Darren Glazer, Doris Nadler and Eva Muller for their warm generosity and kindness. WhizzKids United eagerly looks forward to their partnership with Earthmother Organic. So, please make sure to stop by Earthmother Organic for great food, friendly people and the chance to donate your soccer items for a worthy purpose!

 

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