#ICYMI: Collections for the #JHBstorm victims continue

Community members are called upon to assist the communities of Zandspruit, Muldersdrift and Honeydew that suffered damage and loss as a result of the storm and tornado that hit on 9 October.

Chairperson of the Douglasdale Community Policing Forum (CPF) Jean Berdou said the CPFs of Douglasdale, Honeydew and Roodepoort along with Future City Fourways, Fourways Crossing, Pick n Pay head office, Eblockwatch and the charities One Small Act of Kindness and Huddle Up were assisting in collecting much-needed items for the communities in need.

Caxton Local Media is also assisting in the collection of donations.

Berdou said canned food, pet food, toiletries, mealie meal, powdered milk, cooking oil, sugar, bedding and old clothes were among the items needed.

Community members can drop off the items at the following points:

Details: Caxton Craighall Park 087 285 7888

Sarah Keene drops off the first donation to arrive at the Caxton Craighall office on Jan Smuts Avenue.


Charlie Runge drops off non-perishable goods at the Caxton Craighall office on 12 October.

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Daniella Potter
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