Slipper Day is here!
It’s a time that calls for South Africans to come together to help the dreams of many children across the country to come to fruition. Once more, Wimpy is proud and excited to support Reach For A Dream (RFAD) as well as amplify the incredible work done by the Foundation.
RFAD is one of South Africa’s most treasured charities that has made dreams for children suffering from serious, often terminal, illnesses come true; and in just over three decades it has touched over three million lives.
The Foundation gives children the gift of fun and adventure – joyful parts of life they are often denied due to their illness
With the support of South Africans, last year Wimpy raised R1,43 million from the sales of Slipper Day bracelets in store and gave away 42 151 free cups of Famous Wimpy Coffee on Slipper Day to all who wore their slippers and presented their wristbands.
Wimpy outlets are geared up and ready for this year’s event and have stocked up on Slipper Day wristbands.
“Supporting Slipper Day is a great pride and joy for Wimpy because children are an important part of the family unit, and our brand is all about celebrating and supporting families. We ask all South Africans to come out in numbers in support of this worthy cause,” says Jacques Cronje, Marketing Executive at Wimpy South Africa.
With just R10 you can get a Slipper Day wristband and all proceeds will go to Reach For A Dream
The wristband is redeemable for a free Famous Wimpy Coffee today, 10 May – and remember to wear your slippers to create awareness for the campaign.
So buy your Slipper Day wristband for just R10 and contribute towards changing a young life.
To find a Wimpy near you in order to purchase your Slipper Day wristband, visit www. wimpy.co.za/locator/ and follow our social media pages to stay up to date about all the Slipper Day action:- Facebook, Instagram: @Wimpy_sa and Twitter: @Wimpy_SA.
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