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18 February 2014

MAGNETIC STORM ‘LOVING A BABY’ THIS VALENTINE’S DAY!

MAGNETIC STORM EXPERIENCING ‘GROWING PAINS’!?

Sound, Lighting, Audio visuals, Events!  Not this time around!  More like Magnetic Storm providing Hugs, Joy & Hope this Valentine’s Day! Like with a flower, you start by planting a seed, you water it, nurture it in order for it to grow & blossom beautifully! In turn Magnetic Storm undertook to spread their love differently, committing to make a difference with a ‘little life’ and helping in their little way to nurture & preserve our future.

Thand’usana, a temporary safe haven for abandoned and/or abused babies opened up their doors to Magnetic Storm to bring in some excitement & hope to these little ones with loads of furry friends the team selflessly collected for these little angels.

Magnetic Storm, grateful to house mother Lorna Lamerton for letting them share their hearts & hopes with these little ones.

As Thand’usana… Make that difference!  Have a heart & help in any little way to restore these lives into Lives worth Living!

Thand’usana – Love a Baby

To lend your helping hand & heart, contact Lorna on 041 365 7224.

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