How to donate to the Fire Relief Fund

Over the last few days terrible fires have ravaged the Cape Peninsula. Volunteer Wildfire Services are fighting 15 huge fires across Cape Town and desperately need your help to protect communities.

CapeTalk set up a pledge line to raise money for much needed resources and equipment. We are no longer taking new donations. Thank you for those that have already pledged.

We ask that you deposit the money in the next seven days to the account below.

Please use the reference Fire Relief Fund with the deposits.

Donations must please be deposited into
Account: Cape Talk A Division of Primedia
Bank: First National Bank
Type of account: Corporate Account
Account number: 6216 5431 736
Branch Code: 256005
Reference to use: Fire Relief Fund


This article first appeared on 702 : How to donate to the Fire Relief Fund


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