Initiative aimed at protecting girls and women

Toasting to the #ProtectOurGirls initiative at the launch are Ntokozo Mayisela, publicist, Zookey Zarling and Linda Majola.

Hundreds of bikers and super car drivers from around the country are expected to join forces for the #ProtectOurGirls initiative.  The campaign is aimed at highlighting ways to prevent girls and women from becoming victims of kidnapping and murders which is prevalent in the country.

The initiative is also aimed at raising funds to support local girls in need of sanitary towels. The #ProtectOurGirls initiative will see drivers of four pipe vehicles and bikers club members ride in a mass rally from Pietermaritzburg City Hall to Durban on June 30, from 12pm till midnight.

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Publicist and founder of the Zookey Zarling Ubuntu Foundation, a foundation that deals with women and child abuse issues and intervention, Zookey Zarling said, “The event wants to showcase glam, fun and safety hence we are doing a mass ride against women and child abuse.  The province has a four pipes community and various biking clubs are invited to be part of the mass ride.”

Residents are encouraged to support this great initiative. To participate in the mass rally to #protectourgirls contact Zookey Zarling on director@zookeyzarling.co.za.

 

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Zola Phoswa
Journalist

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