Television and radio presenter Kia Johnson is on a fast charity drive this Women’s Month of August.
She has joined the charitable organisation, HOPE Cape Town, which raises awareness about HIV and Aids, and provides much-needed support to the poor and needy.
The 2000FM radio host says: “We are asking any person from any walk of life to assist us with clothes, stationery, canned foods, shoes, blankets, toys as well as toiletries this Women’s Month.”
Kia adds: “While the initiative is being launched this month, hopefully this is the start for a brighter and more pleasant future for those lives we are touching through this campaign.”
Some of the charitable causes that you will be supporting include projects at Tygerberg Children’s Hospital, Blikkiesdorp as well as the Manenberg Aftercare Centre.
The collection and drop-off points include skoene winkel Shado Wholesalers at their various branches in the Southern Suburbs, Northern Suburbs and the Cape Town CBD.
Other drop-off points include the Mediterranean Villa guest house in Tamboerskloof and Tygerberg Hospital’s Hope Ward (seventh floor).
So energetic Kia, who used to be on the Expresso morning show, is calling on the public to support her and HOPE Cape Town by donating as much as you can.