White South African children in desperate need of your help

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White children suffering in South Africa
White children suffering in South Africa

White South Africans are to a large extent excluded from the job market due to a number of racial laws. Children, pensioners and adults suffer in white squatter camps in South Africa. They have no work, income and no food.

We are in desperate need of donations for food, vegetables, clothing, baby clothes, medicine, blankets and tents.

The ANC government do not help. The chain stores in South Africa prefer not to support white South Africans.

This is a very desperate situation please help.

We need assistance.

White South African children in desperate need of your help
White South African children in desperate need of your help

There must be people out there with a hart to support us.

If u do know a chain store that will assist please help.

We are also looking for a company or person that is willing to donate a Bakkie for carrying Goods for our People. We will brand it with the logo.

We are situated in Johannesburg and reach out to seventeen White Squatter camps at the moment.

Please share so the world can see our desperate plight to help our people and children in need.

If you would like to help or make donations please see contact details below.

Leon
Boere Gemeenskap Transvaal
Mobile phone: 0736317914
Email: [email protected]

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Contact details:

0736317914 Leon
0817942385 Ursula
0715270771 Joan
0847762958 stefan
Email: [email protected]

Physical address:

BOERE GEMEENSKAP TRANSVAAL SENTRUM
15 Church Street Florida
NPO 160 -012
Email: [email protected]

Bank details:

Boere Gemeenskap Transvaal
Business bank account at First National Bank (FNB)
Account No 62577687381
Florida
Swift Code FIRNZAJJ for international payments.

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