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Cheese Kids March to Work

Lyall Profile picture By Lyall Salkinder Jun 13, 2012    0 0 comments

Youth Day is a significant day in the South African Calendar, commemorating the struggle of the brave youth in the Soweto uprising in 1976.
To mark this important and relevant day, Cheese Kids is hosting a ‘March to Work’ event where participants march through Soweto, paint and help beautify four schools along the route.

It’s a basic right that many children in this country aren’t afforded and a cause that could make a big difference in the lives of a few little ones.

What are YOU doing to observe Youth Day on June 16th?

For more information and to get involved click here

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