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Old Girls’ Guild Fundraising Dinner: Irish Gastro Pub Evening

An evening of all things Irish -  food, wines, craft beer combined with great music and festive company

Tickets are R400 per person, which includes a three course meal and your choice of a craft beer or wine tasting.  Cash bar available.

A chance to win one of two Raffle draw prizes – 

First Draw - apple iPhone 5S 16GB Gold – Cell C sim card with R100 airtime per month for 24 months valued at R7500 donated by bfor Mobile

Second Draw - 1 x JBL Xtreme Blu Tooth Speaker valued at R4990 donated by Audio Architex

Fabulous silent auction prizes during the evening 

Bookings are on a first come first serve basis

A big thank you to our sponsors for the fundraising evening

Setzkorn Health & Wealth Consulting and Whispering Waters Resort and Lipsano 

Please contact Derry Jurgensen ( to book. Individual tickets or table bookings (tables of 10 only) are only confirmed on proof of payment.

Details of Beneficiaries of the fundraiser: 

The St Mary’s Foundation Trust was created for the sole purpose of advancing the interests of St Mary’s to be an everlasting school.  Its goal is to create a capital fund with the interest earned being used to transform lives through the provision of financial support.  The Foundation would like to grow this programme so it can assist more girls in the years to come.

In addition, the Inanda Soup Kitchen NPO 121-981 will again be receiving a portion of the funds raised. The soup kitchen is based next to a church towards Inanda Dam and runs every Wednesday lunch time, when the 150 to 180 children come across after school to enjoy a hot meal. Robyn O Donavan (St Marys’ Old Girl) started this18 months ago. She works with a woman called Hlengiwe who lives near the church and knows the community’s needs. Funding has been mainly from friends and family relying mainly on financial donations, food, clothing or anything that might be going begging. R350 to R400 a week feeds the children.  

Robyn says “I feel like it is such a privilege for me to be running this soup kitchen as God has taught me so much along the way. I have also been amazed at how it all just happens week after week when there is sometimes nothing in the bank and someone will just pop out of nowhere.  I do believe that this has all been part of Gods plan to help these children and bring some joy to the community.”


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