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TOUCH – The Touch Rugby Balls that Touch Communities


TOUCH – The Touch Rugby Balls that Touch Communities

TOUCH is an initiative that touches communities by training unemployed seamstresses to make TOUCH rugby balls using recycled billboards. The balls are stuffed with between 25 and 30 plastic bags (collected from the streets of the community) so they help to deal with two issues at once, a lack of work and litter.

Balls cost R50, with R30 going directly back into the community and the balance contributing to “LIVE” operating costs. For more information visit our Facebook page: The Touch Initiative. To order balls email or call 072 288 9088.

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