07 December 2014

A team of fundraisers from Doctors Without Borders (MSF) South Africa is bound for KwaZulu-Natal for a 14-day tour where they will raise awareness about the organisation's worldwide emergency medical work, including its response to the Ebola crisis in West Africa... "Face to Face fundraising gives South Africans the opportunity to learn about Doctors Without Borders in an informal and interactive way. So far, the fundraising teams have travelled to all nine provinces in 2014 to gain support for our local and international projects. We were last in Richards Bay in 2012 where in just one week almost 120 people signed up as MSF donors," said Carli Snyman, MSF's national Face-to-Face (F2F) fundraising project coordinator.

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