Random Acts of Kindness with Dis-Chem

Home that helps victims of human trafficking receives R120 000 in Dis-Chem goods

CapeTalk with the support of Dis-Chem Pharmacies have profiled and assisted some great organisations over the past few months.

Today we are focusing on S-Cape Home: Restoration from Exploitation, who do amazing work to help women trapped in human trafficking

S-Cape is a safe home that helps bring holistic restoration to women coming out of human trafficking and sexual exploitation by providing victims with physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual care.

Founder of S-Cape Miryam Cherpillod spoke to Africa Melane about the work they do to help these traumatised women.

The #DischemFoundation will donate R120 000 worth of goods over the year to help purchase goods from their stores.

Click if you would like to assist S-Cape with a donation.

(Human trafficking) is very prevalent in South Africa, more than we know.

Miryam Cherpillod, Founder S-Cape

The #DischemFoundation will donate R120 000 worth of goods over the year to help purchase goods from their stores.

Click if you would like to assist S-Cape with a donation.

Listen to the entire interview with Miryam Cherpillod below:

Watch the video of our visit to the safe house below:

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