**Full details still to be announced!**On behalf of every child impacted by your giving to Children of South Africa, we thank you for your generous support over the years. It is because of your contributions that our partner organizations and grassroots community movements are able to provide orphans and vulnerable children with the love, nourishment, shelter, and academic enrichment they need to succeed.
Today, CHOSA is excited to announce a unique opportunity to bring a representation of the spirit of CHOSA into your own home! For the first part of June, CHOSA will be raffling off a beautiful set of artwork, as well as several runner-up prizes! The art was hand-crafted in Cape Town and communicates the vibrant, colorful life of the communities which the children we serve call home.
Raffle tickets will be available for purchase online: $10 per ticket or $25 for three. With each ticket purchased, a “square” of the photo of this unique artwork will be revealed, and when all 144 squares have been purchased and the photo completed, we will announce the winners!
The raffle is a great opportunity to spread the word to family and friends about the work of CHOSA – after all, who doesn’t love the opportunity to win a prize for donating to a great cause? Keep an eye out for our next email that will contain the start date and link for this raffle.
CHOSA’s greatest strength lies in our grassroots approach to all of our work. We rely on small contributions from ordinary people, so that every dollar can be used to address the most pressing needs of South African children as defined by their own communities, without restrictions. That’s why it’s so important to spread the word about CHOSA among our personal networks. The more raffle entries, the greater the impact – so when you receive the link, please invite everyone you know to get involved! Thank you for your support, and we will be in touch in the coming weeks.
Jared Sacks, Zukie Mabuya, Elena Echevarria, Solitude Dasie,
Jennifer Erem, Ellie Gunderson, Jonathan Goldin, Ann Eveleth,
Elelwani Ramugondo, Jonathan Lurie and Jennifer Goldin