DICE bucket challenge is on
HOW many buckets filled with love can you rustle up?
DICE (Do I Care Enough?) is encouraging community members to challenge one another in order to collect 1000 grocery buckets, which will be distributed to the most needy families in the area as part of their Christmas Cheer 2017 programme.
Since launching the appeal last week, DICE has collected around 250 buckets, with compassionate business-people and members of the community challenging one another to better their donation, all in the spirit of passing on love to those less fortunate.
Your staff or family are encouraged to deliver your bucket of love to the Zululand Observer offices in Empangeni, and have a photo taken to encourage others to donate.
The buckets - available at Checkers Empangeni (Sanlam
Centre) and Checkers
Hyper Richards Bay (Boardwalk Inkwazi Shopping Centre), cost R200 each and contain essential grocery items needed to feed a family.
DICE is non-political and is committed to improving the lives of children and the elderly.
Should you not be in a position to deliver a bucket, please feel free to support the project financially by donating your bucket money to DICE Organisation, ABSA Bank, branch code 632005, account number 102 047 1111 and a reference ‘Christmas Cheer’.
To confirm your donation, make a pledge or become involved in the project at a corporate level, contact Marilyn Muller on 083 2724166 or email dice@ zob.co.za
Bucket deliveries can be made to the Zululand Observer offices in Empangeni, the home of DICE (Do I Care Enough?) between the hours of 8am and 4pm