Best charities in Cape Town

2020 has been a difficult year.

And right now, you might just want it to end. But before you enjoy your festive feast, take a moment to think about those less fortunate. In fact, because so many people are struggling due to COVID-19, this episode features great initiatives that could use your support, as well as two gifts to say thank you!

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Here are this week’s links:

 

 

 

If you’ve already supported the best charities in Cape Town, here’s where you can treat yourself to a festive feast:

 

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