Township Tea Party celebrated women who keep their community together

Township Tea Party celebrated women who keep their community together

- South Africa has a dark cloud hanging over it - the treatment of women has been highlighted and it doesn't look good

- However, a charity group recently decided to celebrate the women from a township and treat them to a nice day

- 'Charity Begins With Me' held a Township Tea Party that put smiles on the faces of many ladies

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A local charity organisation thought it would be good to treat the ladies from a local township to a tea party with treats and caring smiles.

The ‘Charity Begins With Me’ organisation is all about reaching out to others and focused on the women - an act that was welcomed, given the way women are treated in South Africa.

Koeksister, cakes, cool drinks and cupcakes were enjoyed as the ladies were celebrated and shown appreciation for what they do for their community.

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Township Tea Party celebrated women who keep their community together

The women had a nice time at the Township Tea Party (Image Source: Facebook/Charity Begins With Me)
Source: Facebook

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Good Things Guy reports that the charity 'embodies the concept of community engagement'.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the charity was created by Stephen Ferreira after he was diagnosed with cancer. He wanted to spend the life he has left doing good for others.

Stephen constantly inspires Mzansi with his dedication to helping the rest of the country.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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