Women In Action (WiA) presented a cheque for R25,000 to the Teddy Bear Clinic in Johannesburg last week to show its support for the fight against women and c
The ‘Save a Tamar’ campaign was launched in August and will run until 16th December when it will be replaced by the 16 days of activism campaign. This drive is also directed against the abuse of women and children.
Members of WIA, all pastors’ wives, designed and made more than 3000 key holders to be sold during this campaign.
“The reason we decided to start this campaign is because we have seen the sad reality that people go through on a daily basis. Women should not be abused because that’s not how God wants it. When this campaign finishes, we are not going to sit down and relax. We are planning to tackle other issues that our communities are faced with,” said Mrs Marcia Pires who is responsible for the evangelistic work of the WiA.
She added that the ‘Save a Tamar’ campaign would also be conducted in other provinces because abuse of women and children affected people from all walks of life.