Each year the Advertising Media Association of SA (AMASA) selects a charity to benefit from the generosity of its committee, members and supporters, and this year AMASA has elected to support Cotlands Baby Sanctuary who are celebrating 67 years of service.
As one of South Africa's biggest independent, non-profit organisations, caring for South African children in distress as well as those abandoned and abused children infected with HIV/AIDS AMASA encourages you to show your support.
So while you're choosing your prize winning outfits and gearing up for the AMASA Born in the RSA event, spare a thought and buy a festive season gift to brighten up the life of at least one child.
If you haven't booked your tickets yet, do it now! AMASA's Born in the RSA party on Thursday 30 October is the place to be! There are fabulous prizes for the best-dressed and awesome lucky draws.
It's happening at the Liban Conference Centre in Woodmead from 18h00 onwards. The cost, which includes entry, meal and three free drinks is R110.00 for AMASA members and R175.00 for non-members with students paying member rates– to book your tickets contact Ormerod Communications on tel: (011) 787-2470 or email: today.
Without AMASA's generous sponsors this 'Event of the Year' would not be possible. To date the sponsors include: Oracle Airtime Sales, SABC Airtime Sales, eTV, Clear Channel, Primedia Outdoor, ComutaNet, Club Media and the Really Great Brand Company.
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