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Annual Fundraiser Nets Little Eden R192,000



Annual Fundraiser Nets Little Eden R192,000

The Southern African Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (SAVRALA) recently organised a highly successful charity golf day at the Glendower Country Club in support of the Little Eden Society, marking a tradition of philanthropy.

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During this annual event, which spotlights charitable causes, a substantial contribution of R192,425.41 was presented to Little Eden, underscoring SAVRALA’s commitment to giving back to society. Sandile Ntseoane, Managing Director of SAVRALA, expressed the significance of this initiative, emphasising the profound impact that Little Eden has on the lives of its residents.

Ntseoane noted the dedication and professionalism exhibited by the staff of Little Eden, from caregivers to senior management, during his visits. He highlighted that every contribution made during the golf day would be directed toward a meaningful purpose.

The event was not only about fundraising but also about fostering camaraderie and unity. Despite the ongoing challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the golf day was marked by heartfelt interactions between SAVRALA members and Little Eden’s dedicated staff, creating an unforgettable atmosphere.


Ntseoane underscored that SAVRALA shares Little Eden’s commitment to social responsibility and giving back to the community. The annual golf day reflects their dedication to supporting causes that bring about genuine positive change.

As a Sandton resident and a member of SAVRALA for a decade, Ntseoane expressed a personal connection between his values and Little Eden’s work, describing their involvement as an extension of their faith and unwavering commitment to fostering positive change.

On November 2, Little Eden will host its own fundraising golf day at Modderfontein Golf Course, inviting community members, golfers, and businesses to participate in this noble cause.

Little Eden, a registered NPO, has been providing lifelong care to individuals with profound intellectual disabilities for 56 years through its facilities in Edenvale and Bapsfontein. Their support services are tailored to the specific needs of each child and adult under their care.

For more information on how to assist or get involved, you can contact Communications Coordinator Gaahele Mokgoro at 011 609 7246, email [email protected], or visit


Source: Little Eden receives R192 000 during the annual fundraiser

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