Wine tasting at The Social Oaks raised over R12,000 for orphans fund



Last Friday, a delicious evening of cheese and wine tasting raised over R12,000 for the scholarships and scholarship fundraising campaign of the North Coast Courier Orphan Fund.

Richard and Jane Burnand tasted some of the red and white wines on offer.

The wine tasting took place in collaboration with The Social Oaks, the new wine cellar of The Litchi Orchard in Salt Rock.

Over 50 guests tasted a variety of reds, whites and rosés from 4 regions of South Africa.

Orphan Fund Coordinator Mpume Vilakazi with Lisa Smith of Get It Ballito & Umhlanga, as well as Sarie Garzanich and Sue Brijlall of The North Coast Courier.

Orphans Fund coordinator Mpume Vilakazi especially thanked Chris and Cara McDaniel of The Social Oaks for opening their doors to the Orphans Fund, and Bidvest McCarthy Toyota Ballito for generously donating R5,000 for children. scholarships and scholarship fundraising campaign.

Mira Castleman presented some of the wines at the Gabriëlskloof Wine Farm tasting.

Thanks to the money raised, 6 students will benefit from scholarships which allow the purchase of essential items, food and toiletries.

Toyota Ballito staff Lesley Konjwayo, George Tossel, Adelle Naidoo and Thasigan Govender during the wine tasting benefiting the Orphans Fund.

The scholarships go to underprivileged registrants who show excellent results.

Dave and Estelle Elliott of Sorbet (front) with Bradley Elliott and Sven Appelgryn.

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