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  • ABOUT THE EVENT

    The Good Jumble Celebrity Jumble Sale

    Let’s put Fun in fundraising! Most people keep clothes which they no longer wear because they don’t really know who to give it to. Well, the Celebrity Jumble Sale initiative has created a platform to help givers give for a good cause. Used celebrity clothes are sold to the public to raise funds to help needy students in their final year of study. Oh.. There is more, at this jumble sale, you will also get to mingle, enjoy some great food, listen to dope tunes and more…

    For A Good Cause!

    There are many students who come from poor backgrounds and really cannot afford tuition and school is their only way out of poverty. Many of them cannot not graduate because they are unable to pay tuition to receive their degree or diploma. Proceeds from the Jumble Sale will be donated to deserving final year students who cannot afford their last year tuition fees.

    Be the change that you want to see in the world!

    We want change, and we going to make it happen. We have taken an active citizenship role to chip in in advancing the agenda of our wonderful land. We urge everyone to get involved and take on an active citizen role to make South Africa great!

    THE VENUE

    OLD JOHANNESBURG PARK STATION

    The Event will be hosted at the Johannesburg’s first railway station , which was designed by the Dutch architect Jacob Klinkhamer and was manufactured in Rotterdam in 1895. It has moved several times until it found its permanent home in newtown. This structure is a masterpiece of white metal and clear glass (no longer there) andtall arches , topped by a mint-green domed ceiling. This masterpiece is the perfect location to enjoy sundowners on a sunday while taking in views of the city. Come rain or Shine, we cant wait to host you this years Good Jumble Celebrity Pop Up Market.

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