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06 October 2017

Rustenburg – To raise awareness of childhood cancer, the Waterfall Mall centre court was abuzz with angels… Cupcake Angels… on Saturday, 30 September. 

Cupcakes 4 kids with cancer, an annual event of Cupcakes of Hope, a non profit organisation, are held in September every year to raise awareness about the early warning signs of childhood cancer and helps raise funds for children who are fighting the disease.

Tables laden with an array of cupcakes made with love and hope… Cupcakes to suit any palate, cupcakes too cute to eat and cupcakes too delicious not to eat! 

Sandy Cipriano, founder of Cupcakes 4 kids with cancer says: “Our Cupcake Angels are baking a difference. We have been able to assist more than 350 children since the inception.” Cipriano added, “Funds raised go towards paying for medical treatments, travelling costs, school fees, birthday celebrations and day to day expenses of little ones battling cancer.”

Rentia Verster, organizer of Cupcakes 4 kids with cancer says: “We would like to thank all Rustenburgers for their support. A huge thanks to all the bakers and all who got together to make this event possible!”

Captain Clown (Edwin Sabuwa) entertaining the kids.
Delicious delights – a huge array of cupcakes to suit any taste!
The Cupcake Angels: back from left: Amelia Vorster, Jacky Coetzee, Dania Janse van Rensburg, Cathy Young, Rentia Verster, Cornel Smit, Adele Weber, Madelein Brits and Mandrezel Oosthuizen. Front from left: Marichen Borman and Ulrich Borman. 


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