Food Network celebrity chef Jenny Morris aka the Giggling gourmet will be jailed and held in custody on the 20 September 2014 to help raise funds for The Sunflower Fund. She will be kept in a cage as a prisoner at the Cape Quarter Centre, Waterkant Street, Green Point until she reaches her targeted bail amount.
Jenny has put aside her busy schedule to pledge herself to making a difference in the lives of all those diagnosed with Leukaemia and other blood related disorders. Her objective is to raise money to pay for the tissue typing of potential bone marrow stem cell donors to increase the Bone Marrow Registry of South Africa in turn giving patients suffering with leukaemia and other life threatening blood disorders the hope of finding their 1:100 000 donor match.
The Sunflower Fund is the only organisation in Africa that educates and recruits healthy, committed and caring donors and pays for the tissue typing of these donors at a cost of R2 000-00 each. We appeal to friends, family and society to help Jenny Morris reach her bail target amount of R20 000,00. For more information on this initiative contact Rachel Kotu / Janine le Roux on 021 701 0664/ 081 346 7746 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can help Jenny Morris reach her target by donating to The Sunflower Fund by using the details below or by visiting the Cape Quarter Centre on 20 September 2014 between 08:30-15:00 to make cash donations.
Account name: The Sunflower Fund
Account number: 4051834719
Bank: Absa Bank
Branch code: 632005
Alternatively you can SMS “Jail” to 40555 to make a donation of R20.00. SMS’s are charged at R20. Free sms’s do not apply. Revenue paid to the charity is subject to network operator fee & administration fees) or donate via our Given Gain page.
For more information on becoming a bone marrow stem cell donor please call toll free 0800 12 10 82 or visit our website www.sunflowerfund.org.za. Also like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter to keep yourself informed.
Thank you for being prepared to “Share a Little to Save a Life”