The annual Mandela Day 18 July is looming and Steyn City is heeding a call to action to make a difference to those less fortunate. The lifestyle resort is urging members from the local communities of Broadacres, Dainfern, Fourways and Lonehill to look among their drawers and cupboards for unwanted clothing items that can be donated to the needy in the neighbouring Diepsloot area.
On Friday 17 July from 7am to 7pm and Saturday 18 July from 9am until 4pm, the staff and contractors of Steyn City Properties will be collecting items from the public at the Cedar Road Gatehouse where they aim to make the longest clothes line last seen in the neighbourhood, a minimum of 67 metres long!
Be it a pair of woollen gloves, beanie, jersey, jacket or longs, dresses or coats, any articles of clothing that are not needed and would go to greater use, the developers appeal to you to drop it off at the Steyn City Cedar Gatehouse where Mandela Day volunteers will handle the collections.
Steyn City also aims to go beyond 67 minutes, like everything we touch our hand to at the development, and give in excess of four thousand minutes to make this collection a notable activity to honour the late Madiba and make warm the lives of a few thousand Diepsloot residents and their children.