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Round Table Winter Knights Fight The Cold Battle
While cold winter nights conjure thoughts of fluffy blankets and slippers in front of a cozy fire place with a steamy mug of hot chocolate, the greater majority face survival on the cold streets without shelter, warm clothing or even a meal. The plight of so many destitute people, families and children has not gone unnoticed by Round Table Southern Africa, who through their Winter Knights of The Round Table campaign have yielded the call to fight the cold battle of winter.
“Being rescued by a Knight in shining armour on a cold winter’s night is a mere dream for so many, but has been made a reality by the Winter Knights of The Round Table. It is a national project where all Tablers unite their efforts to fight cold and aid those in need,” explains Andre Krugel, President of Round Table Southern Africa.
The project, which is now in its 10th year, takes place during the month of June. 160 Tables, throughout South Africa and Namibia, will be calling on their community to join the ranks of the Winter Knights and conquer the battle of the cold by donating blankets, clothing, food and funds to their local Table.
“Last year, thanks to the faithful support of the community, thousands of lives were bettered with our donation of R1.4 million in goods and funds to crèches, old age homes, shelters and other deserving recipients. As Round Table continues to grow with new members dedicating their time to projects such as this, we look forward another successful event that will highlight the integral role that our organization plays in caring for and supporting the needs of the community,” concluded Krugel.