Vintage With Love

By May 23, 2018 No Comments

Fashion lovers won’t want to miss this one! Need an excuse to shop ‘til you drop? It doesn’t get better than the Vintage With Love fashion sale taking place at The Forum at the campus in Bryanston between 1 – 3 June 2018. All proceeds go straight towards an array of incredible charities focused on educational support for our country’s youth.

How Does it Work?

Right, so the event organisers encourage fashion designers, store owners, and even everyday fashionistas to clear out their storerooms and / or wardrobes and donate previously loved clothing to the cause. All of these stylish vintage items will be sold at the pop up stalls at the event in an effort to collect money for the charities.

Even if you don’t have any of your own clothes to donate, you can take part and do your bit by simply showing up to shop – you’ll walk away with a few new vintage fashion pieces and the warm feeling of knowing that you did a good deed!

The Charities

If you’re wondering which specific charities the event supports, we’ve got the lowdown for you. They include:

  • The Click Foundation: A foundation dedicated to innovating and testing non-conventional, out of the box, technology-based education solutions and programmes that have potential to scale and meaningfully impact education for individuals.
  • The Link: A non-profit organisation which supports the development of literacy and numeracy in children for whom English is a second language.
  • Columba Leadership Academy: A charity working to inspire and uplift young people from previously disadvantaged backgrounds, many of whom live in poverty, in child-headed households and in communities beset by HIV/AIDS, limited employment opportunities and poor educational opportunities.
  • The Lunchbox Fund: Focused on fostering education via nutrition.
  • Realema Teacher Internship Programme, St Johns College: The St John’s-Masibambane Internship Programme offers financial and educational support to passionate and dedicated matric learners from Masibambane College in Orange Farm a sponsored teacher’s internship at St John’s College, while studying for a teaching degree at UNISA.
  • The Thandulwazi Trust Maths and Science Academy: An education programme run by the St Stithians Foundation.
  • Partners for Possibility – Symphonia for South Africa: A co-action, co-learning partnership between School Principals and Business Leaders, enabling social cohesion through partnerships, and empowering Principals to become change leaders in their schools and communities.
  • Chic Mamas Do Care: A charity dedicated to supporting education and building bridges between communities through sustainable fundraising and promoting the spirit of volunteerism.
  • Shine Literacy: Shine offers language and literacy support programmes in 46 primary schools.

Booking Your Tickets

Tickets that will gain you entry to the event cost just R70 and can be purchased here.

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