Nelson Mandela Childrens Fund receives R11 000 for Mandela Day

Brett Duvenage of Fallen Heroes, Mpaki Pule, the donor relations manager for the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund and Melody Kaye of Fallen Heroes.


The Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund received an R11 000 donation from Fallen Heroes Tattoo shop to commemorate Mandela Day.

The fund focuses on issues that children face and maintains three programmes relating to youth leadership, child survival and child protection against bullying.

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The money was raised by Fallen Heroes tattoo artists who donated their hourly fee to the cause on 18 July to commemorate Mandela Day.

Mpaki Pule, the donor relations manager for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund said, “Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund has three focus areas namely, child safety and protection, child survival and development and the youth as change agents. The development committee sits twice a year to assess applications and select those aligned to our work. So the money we receive goes to beneficiaries.”

Melody Kaye, the marketing manager for Fallen Heroes said, “We felt the foundation was an obvious choice because of their focuses and what they are doing and where they are going, and we feel it’s always growing and evolving and that for me is incredibly impressive.”

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Laura Pisanello

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