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TEKKIE TAX takes fundraising to next level

14 May 2013 No Comment

With Tekkie Tax, South Africa will have an annual fundraising event where you can choose what welfare sector will benefit from your donation.
The first Tekkie Tax campaign will take place on 31 May 2013 and will be an annual fundraising campaign for a large mix of carefully selected welfare organisations, schools and institutions in South Africa.
Annelise de Jager, project organiser, said that as experts in their field of service, they know that running a fundraising campaign is expensive, labour intensive and holds a lot of risk factors for the organisation running it.
They have brought together a mix of the most accountable welfare organisations in the country to do one big campaign where the public has the choice, will save a lot of money and will create a platform for organisations that normally do not have the infrastructure to organise this kind of campaign.
They have been carefully selected, handpicked and checked to ensure that no matter which sector you choose to support, your donation will be used in the best possible way.
There will be five different kinds of stickers, each representing a beneficiary sector (Animals, Basic Community Welfare, Children, Disability or Education) and people will be able to choose which sector they would like to support by buying one of those sector’s stickers.
The campaign is endorsed by some of the biggest and most accountable NGO’s in the country.
Members of the public can buy a Tekkie Tax sticker for a R10 donation from any of the participating outlets or participating welfare organisations.
Show the world where your heart lies by wearing your sticker and your favourite pair of tekkies on Friday 31 May 2013.
For more information contact Annelise and her team on 012 663 8181 or visit their website www.tekkietax.co.za.

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