Chas Everitt Cares about our animals

Chas Everitt International Property Group pride themselves in supporting their local communities, and in helping individuals and organisations in need. 

One such organisation is the SPCA in Phalaborwa, which cares for sick, neglected, donated and stray animals in and around Phalaborwa.

The SPCA Phalaborwa relies solely on the generosity of its supporters, which sometimes means that the animals in their care are not able to get the proper care and food for their individual needs. 

We hope you will be able to join them in giving back to this cause by donating what you can. They are specifically seeking donations of cat food, dog food, dog biscuits, animal toys, pillows, old blankets and jerseys etc. Your donation can make a huge difference to the welfare of these animals.

Donations can be dropped off at the Phalaborwa Chas Everitt offices, 45b Lekkerbreek Street, Phalaborwa, on or before 10 August 2016 from 07:30 - 16:30 Mondays to Fridays.  Their team is also able to arrange for a collection from your address.

By donating to this cause, you are directly helping these animals recover from all the trauma they have experienced, and promoting their overall well-being. 

Any support will be highly appreciated by us. If you have any queries please feel free to contact their offices

Please support this wonderful ongoing initiative by a leading Property Group in South Africa.

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