Putting the “fun” in “fundraising”


Putting the “fun” in “fundraising”

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Abandon your worries and forget about time at a Bollywood themed event at Southfield Primary

Southfield Eyes is throwing one last woman's month celebration, inviting everyone to celebrate the fairer gender with a Bollywood themed show. Join them at Southfield Primary for the Southfield Eyes Night of Bollywood on 31 August.

The idea of the evening is for women to relax and also doubles as a fundraiser for Southfield primary school. Aside from the multiple interactive activities throughout the night, including motivational speakers such as Natasha Marco, belly-dancers, and a live DJ, there will also be stalls promoting products and services specifically for women, and an assortment of finger foods and refreshments. According to the organiser, “Pack your dancing shoes (or just your socks), because dancing like no-one's watching is on the menu."

Although light snacks and refreshments will be on sale, you can bring platters or picnic baskets. No alcohol will be served at the event but you can BYOB. 

Tickets are R75 per person, or R550 for a block booking of 8 (you save R50). These can be bought on the Southfield Eyes administration platform, or at the door. Discounts are available if you make a direct deposit. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact Amber at 064-946-2497. Space is limited, so book your tickets ASAP. Remember to come dressed to impress. The theme is Bollywood.


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