LottoStar contributes R25 000 to ambitious climber conquering Mount KilimanjaroCharity | People
LottoStar contributes R25 000 to Chaeli Mycroft, an ambitious climber conquering Mount Kilimanjaro!
A very warm email was received from Zelda Mycroft, mother to Chaeli and CEO of The Chaeli Campaign, a non-profit organisation based in Cape Town. The organisation was founded to provide and support disadvantaged children, under the age of 18 years old, with disabilities.
LottoStar partnered with The Chaeli Campaign to create opportunities for these loving children. Partnerships such as this show how working together can make significant strides in people's lives.
The Chaeli Campaign aims to change the life of one disabled child at a time in a significant way!
Update on progress: 31 July 2018
LottoStar received the following email update from Zelda Mycroft:
"Thank you very much for the support received from Lottostar in the past. We truly cherish the support The Chaeli Campaign has received from you – without partners like you we would not be able to impact the lives of children and their families in the way that we do. It helps us to grow families and communities that celebrate difference and embrace similarities – in acknowledgement that each person has a role to play – each person is important!
We hope to be able to partner with Lottostar again in the future to continue making this magic happen across South Africa and elsewhere across the globe and to entrench the message that #InclusionChangesEverything!"