Hirsch’s recently hosted ‘Cape Town’s Got Talent’ at their store in Milnerton, with youth from various organisations performing on stage. The day consisted of dancing, singing and performing from TLC outreach projects and from a safe Home named, Little Brinks and guests were encouraged to donate to these child centred organisations. ‘The event was created to provide a platform for youth in various NPO’s, and build their confidence and show them that the community supports them and has faith in them.’ Said Hirsch’s PRO, Taryn Taylor. The children won various prizes throughout the day and were treated to an array of refreshments by the Hirsch’s staff.
TLC projects is a non-profit welfare institution that takes care of the Table View community and children in various informal settlements by providing various training and courses to assist in getting children out of poverty. Since 2000, their community based project has been rehabilitating the lives of children living on our streets because of abuse, addiction and extreme poverty.To donate to TLC Outreach Projects, please contact Colleen Pietersen on 0836584032 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Little Brinks was established almost ten years ago and founder started the organisation when she saw how many children were going hungry in the Western Cape. The safe house was originally a barn and was reshaped with donations from the public and the founder herself, Katherine Brinks who also started a soup kitchen in 2016 at Buren High School, for Children in the area. To donate to Little Brinks, Please contact Katherine Brinks on 0840831915 or email@example.com.