Archive for month: July, 2013

Ubuntu Through Health And Treacy House Partnership

On Thursday July 25, UbuntuTH members (Tim, Claire, Emma and Adam) travelled to St Patricks College, Shorncliffe to speak with the Treacy House students about Ubuntu Through Health. Thanks to the dedicated work of Jack Lehfeldt and Mr Charles Brauer, St Patricks College have become active members of the Ubuntu Through Health community.

From the schools efforts $2250 has already been raised for the Khayelitsha Nutritional Support Initiative which will fund 1500 bags of ePap, each one feeding one patient for a week. An amazing effort already!

This is a relationship that Ubuntu Through Health is really excited about and cant wait to see where it goes in the future.

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Another Diamond Ring Raffle

One of the premier items on offer at this years Ubuntu Through Health Dinner is ‘The Peridona’. This ring has been especially designed and developed by Gold River Jewellers for this event. Independently valued at $14,500, only 200 tickets will be available for $100 each.

We would like to thank…

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… for generously donating this item for raffle. 100% of your ticket cost will be directed to funding an ambulance for the Hope Medical Centre in Ghana.

 

The raffle will be drawn on Friday August 16 at The Ubuntu Through Health Dinner. PURCHASE YOUR DIAMOND RING TICKETS HERE!

 

You do not need to attend in order to win this item. However you may purchase tickets to the dinner here.

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The Ubuntu Through Health Dinner, August 2013

The Ubuntu Through Health Dinner is now less than five weeks away. The event will be held on Friday August 16 at Victoria Park Function Centre, Herston. All proceeds from the event will support Ubuntu Through Health’sDabaa Project . Last year's event sold out so make sure you get in early to secure your tickets. Click here to purchase your ticket.

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