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Charities


Mandela Day

Paarl Mall Centre Management, tenants and contractors joined hands to spoil the Senior Citizens of Rusthof Old Age Home in Paarl, on Mandela Day. The ladies and gentleman of Rusthof enjoyed a lovely tea party, mini manicures, hand massages and hair treatments from Tosca Hair & Beauty and Woolworths. The Senior Citizens received scarfs, socks, clothing, games and goody bags with special treats.






Madiba Day

Paarl Mall joined hands with the ACVV of Northern Paarl and spoiled the small community of Zanddrift Farm on Madiba Day. Clothing, blankets, pillows, food and sweets and treats were all sponsored by Paarl Mall Tenants and Contractors.





Sonop Primer

Paarl Mall Centre Management and members of the public, Paarl Mall Tenants and Contractors assisted Sonop Primêr with the upgrade of their Grade R Class.

The whole Paarl Mall team worked together to ensure that the classroom was ready for the new term.

All items were sponsored by members of the public, Paarl Mall Contractors, tenants & Centre Management.







Paarl Mall & Drakenstein Rotary Club Tree of Joy

The Tree of Joy is a Christmas tree for less fortunate children in Paarl and surrounding areas. The décor of the Christmas tree is made up of name tags, listed on the name tag is the child's name, gender, age, the child's Christmas Wish and the name of the institution / organization that represents the child.

The public choose a name from the tree, buy the gift, wrap it, attach the name tag to the gift and drop it into the collection box situated next to the Tree of Joy. In 2006 Paarl Mall and the Rotary Club of Drakenstein joined hands to make a child's Christmas wish come true. The Paarl Mall shoppers and tenants support has been overwhelming and the list of names grew as the public opened their hearts to the less fortunate.

In November 2006, various institutions supplied the names of 150 children, and on the 22nd of December, the Drakenstein Rotary Club collected and delivered 150 Christmas gifts to the various organizations which ensured that the children received it on Christmas Eve. In 2007, the number of institutions grew and so did the number of less fortunate children, We had 250 name tags on the Tree of Joy and on 23 December 2007, 250 gifts were delivered by the Rotary Club of Drakenstein to the various Organisations.

By 2011 the public's support did not waver! On 23 December, 1000 gifts were delivered to the various Charity Organisations to be delivered in time for Christmas.


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