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Apr 5, 2012

Re-Launch of REEA River Market

REEA River Market re-launch

The REEA River Market has been successfully re-launched last month and will have the potential of earning up to R10 000 monthly with the engagement of new management volunteers. The new strategy aims to accommodate 100
- 150 stall holders, each paying R80 – R120 per day. This project required marketing and infrastructure development. Through the help of the donations to the Global Giving Challenge REEA has been able to re-launch this project. Thank you so much!

Our primary request is to ask the global community to invest in REEA’s growth strategy and its implementation. ‘Please assist us in‘ Creating Self Sustainability’. Our next project will be:

REEA Veterinary Services Upgrade

REEA Veterinary Services – a pet food delivery service developed in 2011 which requires further development to generate targeted revenue of R30 000 per month. As at March 2012 the service had 90 clients. The target
is 200 clients by the end of 2012 and 400 clients by end of 2013. This project requires a marketing drive, and training of a volunteer sales and delivery base. If you can, please assist us to achieve our next target.

Wishing you all a fantastic Easter weekend.
Best wishes,

Gregor Heidemann

REEA Foundation


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REEA Foundation

Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Project Leader

Gregor Heidemann

Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa

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